OneNote Class Notebook vs. Google Classroom with add-ons

This Office Mix presentation will look at assessment and lesson plans in two different LMS. As an "Advanced Networked Teacher" you can use ICT to assess students’ acquisition of knowledge, and to provide students with feedback on their progress using both formative and summative assessment. There is also a requirement to incorporate appropriate ICT activities into lesson plans. Find out more about “Syndicated Education in Distributed Learning Environments” on https://edutoolkit.wordpress.com/

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OneNote Class Notebook vs. Google Classroom with add-ons

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This Office Mix presentation will look at assessment and lesson plans in two different LMS. As an "Advanced Networked Teacher" you can use ICT to assess students’ acquisition of knowledge, and to provide students with feedback on their progress using both formative and summative assessment. There is also a requirement to incorporate appropriate ICT activities into lesson plans. Find out more about “Syndicated Education in Distributed Learning Environments” on https://edutoolkit.wordpress.com/
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  1. Learning Management System (LMS)

    Slide 1 - Learning Management System (LMS)

    • OneNote Class Notebook Vs. Google Classroom with add-ons
  2. Microsoft technologies will help you design creative lessons to help your students create, innovate and succeed. Improving educational outcomes and fostering students achievements.			Vs.Google Classroom helps teachers create, assign, and collect student classwork and homework paperlessly. With Google Classroom, teachers can seamlessly integrate Google Docs, Google Drive, and Gmail to create assignments, provide feedback for in progress and completed work, and communicate with their students directly and with whole class announcements -all without using a single piece of paper. 

    Slide 2 - Microsoft technologies will help you design creative lessons to help your students create, innovate and succeed. Improving educational outcomes and fostering students achievements. Vs.Google Classroom helps teachers create, assign, and collect student classwork and homework paperlessly. With Google Classroom, teachers can seamlessly integrate Google Docs, Google Drive, and Gmail to create assignments, provide feedback for in progress and completed work, and communicate with their students directly and with whole class announcements -all without using a single piece of paper. 

  3. 1. Use OneNote Class Notebook Creator to share assignments, collect homework, exams, quizzes and more OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities, all within one powerful notebook.

    Slide 3 - 1. Use OneNote Class Notebook Creator to share assignments, collect homework, exams, quizzes and more OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities, all within one powerful notebook.

  4. 2. Use OneNote while preparing lessons to capture ideas and keep interesting information in one centralized, easily accessible place when you find valuable material from different online resources –blogs, journals, wikis, and websites

    Slide 5 - 2. Use OneNote while preparing lessons to capture ideas and keep interesting information in one centralized, easily accessible place when you find valuable material from different online resources –blogs, journals, wikis, and websites

  5. 3. When students submit assignments in OneNote, record responses and feedback to allow for a more engaging grading experience.

    Slide 7 - 3. When students submit assignments in OneNote, record responses and feedback to allow for a more engaging grading experience.

  6. 4. Create a Microsoft OneNote Notebook of important lectures and study material for students to explore. Share this notebook and even control what parts of the notebook students can view or edit.

    Slide 9 - 4. Create a Microsoft OneNote Notebook of important lectures and study material for students to explore. Share this notebook and even control what parts of the notebook students can view or edit.

  7. 5. Learn to collaborate on documents in Word online so that students can work together on the document in real-time from wherever we happen to be located using any number of devices

    Slide 12 - 5. Learn to collaborate on documents in Word online so that students can work together on the document in real-time from wherever we happen to be located using any number of devices

  8. 6. Use OneDrive to share files securely with students so they may access the assignments from anytime, anywhere.

    Slide 14 - 6. Use OneDrive to share files securely with students so they may access the assignments from anytime, anywhere.

  9. 1. Use OneNote Class Notebook Creator to share assignments, collect homework, exams, quizzes and more OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities, all within one powerful notebook. 		Vs.Use Google Classroom to create a stream of assignments with integrated Google Docs, Google Drive (handouts, quizzes, collaboration space). Teachers can add students directly or share a code with their class to join.

    Slide 16 - 1. Use OneNote Class Notebook Creator to share assignments, collect homework, exams, quizzes and more OneNote Class Notebook Creator lets a teacher quickly set up a personal workspace for every student, a content library for handouts, and a collaboration space for lessons and creative activities, all within one powerful notebook. Vs.Use Google Classroom to create a stream of assignments with integrated Google Docs, Google Drive (handouts, quizzes, collaboration space). Teachers can add students directly or share a code with their class to join.

  10. 2. Use OneNote while preparing lessons to capture ideas and keep interesting information in one centralized, easily accessible place when you find valuable material from different online resources –blogs, journals, wikis, and websites		Vs.Google Classroom using TechSmith Snagit for Google Chrome. Like screen image captures, screencasts are a great way to quickly communicate ideas. Have you ever had to repeat instructions or show a website because students missed what you said? With a screencast, those questions are eliminated. 

    Slide 18 - 2. Use OneNote while preparing lessons to capture ideas and keep interesting information in one centralized, easily accessible place when you find valuable material from different online resources –blogs, journals, wikis, and websites Vs.Google Classroom using TechSmith Snagit for Google Chrome. Like screen image captures, screencasts are a great way to quickly communicate ideas. Have you ever had to repeat instructions or show a website because students missed what you said? With a screencast, those questions are eliminated. 

  11. 3. When students submit assignments in OneNote, record responses and feedback to allow for a more engaging grading experience.		Vs.Google Classroom with Doctopus makes it easier for teachers to share, organize, and assess student work in Google Drive. Writen by Andrew Stillman for NewVisions CloudLab

    Slide 20 - 3. When students submit assignments in OneNote, record responses and feedback to allow for a more engaging grading experience. Vs.Google Classroom with Doctopus makes it easier for teachers to share, organize, and assess student work in Google Drive. Writen by Andrew Stillman for NewVisions CloudLab

  12. 4. Create a Microsoft OneNote Notebook of important lectures and study material for students to explore. Share this notebook and even control what parts of the notebook students can view or edit.		Vs.The Goobric Chrome extension works alongside Doctopus to enable rubric-based grading of Google Docs right in a browser popup window using the rubric of your design. Once a rubric score is submitted, Goobric auto-records scores in your spreadsheet and automatically provides students instant rubric scores and comments via email. Heck, if it's a Google Document, Goobric even pastes the filled out rubric into the bottom of the Doc

    Slide 22 - 4. Create a Microsoft OneNote Notebook of important lectures and study material for students to explore. Share this notebook and even control what parts of the notebook students can view or edit. Vs.The Goobric Chrome extension works alongside Doctopus to enable rubric-based grading of Google Docs right in a browser popup window using the rubric of your design. Once a rubric score is submitted, Goobric auto-records scores in your spreadsheet and automatically provides students instant rubric scores and comments via email. Heck, if it's a Google Document, Goobric even pastes the filled out rubric into the bottom of the Doc

  13. 5. Learn to collaborate on documents in Word online so that students can work together on the document in real-time from wherever we happen to be located using any number of devices6. Use OneDrive to share files securely with students so they may access the assignments from anytime, anywhere.		Vs.

    Slide 27 - 5. Learn to collaborate on documents in Word online so that students can work together on the document in real-time from wherever we happen to be located using any number of devices6. Use OneDrive to share files securely with students so they may access the assignments from anytime, anywhere. Vs.

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  15. Find out more:The screencasts from OneNote Class Notebook creator are from Microsoft Educator Network:https://www.educatornetwork.com/Sites/Resources/QuickTipVideos/CollaboratingWithStudents Google Classroom combined with Doctopus, Goobric is from Jennifer Magiera. See the full presentation on YouTube: http://youtu.be/r0NXeDKPyls

    Slide 30 - Find out more:The screencasts from OneNote Class Notebook creator are from Microsoft Educator Network:https://www.educatornetwork.com/Sites/Resources/QuickTipVideos/CollaboratingWithStudents Google Classroom combined with Doctopus, Goobric is from Jennifer Magiera. See the full presentation on YouTube: http://youtu.be/r0NXeDKPyls

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    Slide 31 - Thank you for watching!Visit http://edutoolkit.wordpress.com