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Evernote

  1. 1. Evernote In The ClassroomGrade 3-5 Teachers
  2. 2. Objectives• Define Evernote• Explain how to sign up and use Evernote• Ways it can be utilized by teachers• Project ideas for students
  3. 3. What is Evernote?• Evernote is an online platform for taking notes• Notes that are taken on one platform areautomatically saved to all platforms– This means your notes can be seen on your schoolcomputer, home computer, ipod, ipad, android, orother compatible device
  4. 4. With Evernote, you can…• Type notes• Take pictures• Save websites• Save audio recording
  5. 5. Get Organized!• Evernote has folders to keep all of yourwork organized• You can search for what you havesaved based on keywords• Folders can be shared with others toview or edit- a great way to assign newprojects!
  6. 6. Where Do I Sign Up?1. Go to www.evernote.com2. Click “create account”
  7. 7. Where Do I Sign Up?3. Enter emailaddress4. Create username andpassword5. Click “register”
  8. 8. Welcome to Evernote!
  9. 9. Adding a NoteAt the top of the page, click“+ New Note” Give your note a title andstart typing away!To add an attachment, clickthe paperclip and choosethe file your would like toadd
  10. 10. How Can Teachers Use Evernote?• Save your work!– Notes from computer orSMARTboard– Websites to share– Ideas for future lessons– Videos and pictures• Organization– Create a folder for each student– Anecdotal notes– Calendars– Parent communication
  11. 11. Project IdeasFluency PracticePost an eBook to a student’s folder on Evernote. Havethe student record themselves reading the book asfluency practice. Add more books throughout the year tohelp student improve fluency.Both you and the students can go back and listen to howthe student has progressed, plus you can listen to therecording and take notes for what to work on with thatstudent.CCCS 3.RF.3.4 read with sufficient accuracy andfluency to support comprehension
  12. 12. Project IdeasInformative WritingStudents can research their topics and save pictures,notes, and video clips, and useful websites. Final projectcan be saved in shared folder for teacher to viewCCCS 4.W.4.2 Writeinformative/explanatory texts to examinea topic and convey ideas and informationclearly
  13. 13. Project IdeasHealthy Eating HabitsStudents can take notes on what they eat over an extendedperiod of time. They can then look back at their recordsand analyze their food choices.NCCCS 2.1.6.B.1: Determine factors thatinfluence food choices and eating patterns
  14. 14. For More Information…• http://evernote.com/teachers/get_started/faq/• http://insidetheclassroomoutsidethebox.wordpress.com/2012/04/01/using-evernote-in-an-elementary-classroom/• http://www.appeducation.com/2012/07/18/lose-the-binder-use-evernote-in-your-classroom/

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