Tips for teachers using OneNote

Teachers need feedback for growth just like our students. Yet, any administrator will tell you there’s simply not enough time to visit classrooms and provide teachers with meaningful and effective feedback in a timely manner.

As a professional development liaison, I travel to K-12 schools in Hillsborough County and see what support systems are in place for teacher growth. At almost every site, I see administrators struggling with the same issues—high teacher to admin ratio and the tendency to get pulled into fixing operations issues. Very rarely does the administrator get to visit classrooms to provide teachers with meaningful feedback.

Source: OneNote—one school, one stop – Office Blogs

Some great ideas for using OneNote to manage your workflow.

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