Digital Notetaking in Class



How to Use Digital Notetaking in Your ClassroomDigital notetaking has benefits paper-and-pencil note-taking doesn’t like sharing, collaborating, saving everywhere. Have students become familiar with approaches from traditional word processing tools to web-based tools like, Google Docs, Flipboard, Evernote/OneNote, Twitter.
Designed for grades 4-7, it’s aligned with Common Core and ISTE Standards and includes over a dozen methods to assess learning.
What’s included:
  • brief summary of project
  • suggested prior knowledge
  • Essential Question
  • Big Idea
  • Common Core alignment
  • ISTE alignment
  • suggested domain and academic vocabulary
  • likely tech problems that will arise
  • materials required
  • teacher prep required
  • step-by-step instructions
  • enrichment to dig deeper into the subject
  • more information to support specific learning
  • assessment strategies
  • sample grading rubric
  • Digital Delivery
  • Page count: 14 pages
  • Language: English

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Digital Note-taking TPT Preview

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