How to use Evernote to manage your classroom
Evernote is a tool to remember everything. Learn how to use Evernote to manage your classroom from students, to projects, to lessons, to your career. During this presentation, learn how you can use Evernote to manage your classroom. Evernote is a great place to store your to do lists, meeting and training notes, lesson plans. With Evernote, you can easily track your career accomplishments. Reduce paperwork by loading it to Evernote and yet have it available when needed from wherever you are. Use Evernote to document student progress by capturing work samples making parent teacher meetings more robust. Learn: How to capture images, audio, video, and text resources to support a project, lesson, or student. How to create to do lists and checklists. How to share notebooks with colleagues. How to use a tool like IFTTT to automatically send information to Evernote. Best practices for getting the most out of Evernote in the classroom. This presentation will provide valuable tips and best practice for adding, finding, managing, and retrieving valuable information using Evernote. Stop wasting time looking for information; use Evernote to organize your life.
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<p>2. Over time you have collected countless resources tosupport your classrooms. 3. You are teachers who have a busy schedule. 4. You often have to refer to resources and have troublefinding them quickly. 5. You want to reduce the amount of time needed to runyour classroom. 6. Let me provide you with ideas on how you canleverage Evernote as a teacher. 7. What makesEvernote somagical? 8. You can access Evernote from any device. 9. Evernote has a desktop client that is a centerpiece ofthe program. 10. There are mobile apps for smartphones. 11. There are apps for iPads and tablets. 12. You can access Evernote... 13. You can access Evernote both on and off line. 14. Evernote is available 24 hours a day. 15. Most importantly, you can capture and organize ideaswhenever and wherever ideas occur. 16. You can print your documents wherever you are. 17. You can add content to Evernote in countlessways. 18. Type in notes. 19. Create audio notes. 20. Take pictures. 21. With the Web Clipper you can capture Web pages asyou find them. 22. Save notes from Kindle. 23. You can email yourself a note. 24. Some processes can be automated with folders. 25. Some processes can be automated with IFTTT. 26. Scan documents to an Evernote folder. 27. How can you useEvernote toimprove as ateacher? 28. Have your teaching materials available toyou at all times. 29. Organize your classes with tags, e.g., you can have atag for each week of the term. 30. Save templates, worksheets, assessment forms, studyguides, etc. in Evernote for easy retrieval, anywhere. 31. Maintain lessons for your whole teaching career. 32. Update lessons on the fly. 33. Link lesson and handouts and assessments so they areall in one spot. 34. Archive past materials for easy search andretrieval when you need it. 35. Save old syllabi and course materials as referencematerials 36. You can prevent disaster and access all of your contentin the event of disaster. 37. Have classroom checklists available at yourfingertips. 38. Build your lists for setting up your class at the beginning ofthe year, or closing down at the end of the year. 39. Build and share your supply lists withcolleagues, parents and students. 40. Capture ideas to be used in your classroom asyou find them. 41. Capture real world images that relate to your classes. 42. Collect articles that impact your teaching. 43. Quickly document your classroom and share it toEvernote. 44. Easily share content with colleagues andstudents. 45. Have your lesson plans available you can also sharewith others with shared folders, links, or email. 46. Share a public folder with your class containing coursecontent. Students can keep up even if absent. 47. Post link to class web page. Shared notebooks automaticallyupdate when information is added or deleted. 48. Scan tests automatically to an Evernote notebook, forgradebook entry, or share with teaching assistant. 49. Develop a notebook to share with the substituteteacher when you happen to be absent. 50. Using shared folders with individual students, handback assignments when done. 51. Grade shared homework online. 52. Stop going to the copier, you can share or email ahandout, syllabus, or assignment the moment it is needed. 53. Share lesson plans with administrators when they needthem. 54. Share important documents with parents through a linkto a folder. 55. Share a folder and ideas with your instructional team.Each can write to it. 56. Advance your professional development withEvernote. 57. Capture your professional developmentnotes, resources, lesson ideas, etc. 58. Capture whiteboard notes, notes are time stamped. 59. Keep all your meeting notes in one place, availablewhenever you need them. 60. Organize your extracurricular duties andobligations 61. Track event checklists 62. Keep key information on players or participants. 63. Questions? 64. Evernote:Remembereverything foryour classroom Stan Skrabut@uwcesedtech#uwceshttp://www.slideshare.net/skrabut </p>