Basics of Visual Notetaking for Teachers

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Using OneNote and a Wacom pen tablet to make digital handwritten notes

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January is Month One, dedicated to the Wacom One.   Released January 7th, the new version is a drawing monitor—our lowest-priced yet, offering all Wacom’s build quality for half the […]

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Wacom and Kami for Effective Document Editing

One huge challenge of teaching online is that all your favourite worksheets suddenly become useless. Whilst students can view, they can’t write on them and only a few will have a printer at home. Wouldn’t it be great if they could write directly onto the resources you use?

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11 Tech Tools Google Teachers Need to Be Using

Education tech wizard, Sam Kary, from New EdTech Classroom shows you the best apps for streamlining your grading, running Google Classroom analytics, creating interactive tutorials, playing games to learn about digital citizenship, drawing directly on Slides, and much more.

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Basics of Visual Notetaking for Teachers

Teachers can use visual notes in almost any classroom setting: when you’re explaining a topic, or when students are sharing ideas, insights, or presenting. Visual notes help enhance learning and information retention. They’re effective for any student, no matter the grade level.

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