During the past two weeks I’ve spent a lot of time talking about how we’ve used OneNote in school.
The precursor to that is because I’ve been talking about that I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about it as well.
Moving our planning across was a leap of faith, and the truth is because I didn’t know anyone who’d done it before it could easily have been unworkable.
And what do I think?
Firstly, how odd to have become a person who talks about how to do planning. It has always been one of the weaker points in my armoury. I like thinking up ideas for lessons, I love teaching, I don’t mind marking but the putting it down on paper was probably my weakest point.
I said it in my previous post, but the ease of use combined with integration and collaboration are the perfect combination.
No more bulging files, unfiled bits of paper and missing notes.
Instead I have neat tabs and ordered pages.
I can search through them at the click of a button – it even searches through pdf documents.
Will I go back to a paper file.
No thank you