Collaboration is the name of the game in education these days. We want students to be able to converse and collaborate in the classroom. But what if we add technology to collaborate across grade levels or even with other schools? —Read more to learn how science teacher and MIE Expert, Cheryl McClure, uses Microsoft technology in her classroom.
In finding OneNote Class Notebook, we found a diamond! For me, it was the solution to my problems, the solution that I had been searching for—a solution that ticked all the boxes that needed ticking. But more than that, OneNote was something that could impact teaching and learning like nothing I had come across before.
Professional learning community (PLC) groups allow educators to foster collaboration for staff and professional development, enable streamlined communication among technology teams and departments, organize training and classes and much more. The new Office 365 PLC Groups come with a shared inbox, group calendar, document library, OneNote notebook, Planner and more.
Today, we are announcing enhanced educator collaboration with PLC groups, better content sharing with Docs.com, easier formative assessments with Microsoft Forms and additional Learning Management System (LMS) and Student Information System (SIS) partners with OneNote Class Notebook. —Read on for details.