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CeTEAL: Group Work and Quality Feedback Made Simple with Microsoft OneNote Class Notebook Bookmark and Share

Jan 18

10 a.m. @ KRNS 210

Providing individual students, and groups, with timely quality feedback is one of the single most important factors for improving student learning. Learn how you can utilize built-in features within One-Note Class Notebook to easily guide students through assignments, scaffold learning opportunities and provide quality feedback to immediately enhance the level of understanding and clarify misconceptions. You can also create private groups for students to work in, but keep checking in to see time and user stamped contributions to ensure group fluidity. Use inking to draw or write over any existing file, or add audio to simply say what you mean. Better yet, embed a quick video tutorial on the student page for immediate, anytime assistance.

Participants will:
• Use built-in features of OneNote Class Notebook to enhance the quality of feedback given to students
• Create private groups for group work
• Practice digital inking techniques for assignment feedback
• Use the audio feature to provide narrative feedback on assignments
• Explore how the audio and video features can be set for providing feedback and scaffolding opportunities 

Contact CeTEAL for additional information