In last Monday’s TLT, Bec and Clint showed us how to use Scheduling Assistant in Outlook to book a meeting. It is still a bit tricky when making a time with teachers, as class times do not currently feature in calendars, however, this is our recommended method for making a time to meet with specialists… such as Bec and I!
OneNote Class Notebooks are a great way to distribute shared resources to a whole class of students and oversee/feedback to individual and group responses. Over the coming weeks we will be building more resources that document the specific ways different teachers are using Class Notebooks. It is quite easy to set up and explore, even if you are not quite sure on the degree to which you want to use the tool. If you are interested in setting up a Class Notebook, take a look at the video below and if you would like an Ed Tech Facilitator to run a demonstration 1-1, in a team meeting, or with your class, please be in touch.