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5 Quick Tips Teachers Should Know about Evernote

January 23, 2014
Evernote is one of the important web tools every teacher should consider using.There are several reasons why you need to try out Evernote and here are some of them:

  • The first and foremost usage of this tool for educators is to take notes in class or when attending a lecture , a conference, a symposium, wherever they feel the need to capture and save ideas for later review.
  • Teachers can get their notes organized into different notebooks
  • They can use it to create to-do lists and work logs via recording tasks completed in Evernote, along with the beginning and end times.
  • Teachers who are running a classroom blog can use it to write post drafts to be published on their blog when they get access to internet connection
  • Teachers can organize their classes in Evernote using tags
  • Store all the teaching materials to use during the whole year , one example is the grading templates such as grade sheets or student assessment forms.
  • Use Evernote to make up for your absence by sharing a notebook with the substitute teacher ( like lesson plans, worksheets, answer keys and examples of completed work ).
  • You can create a public notebook containing key notes you want to share with your students. Share this URL with the class and parents and let them view anything you add to your notes.
  • Keep your extracurriculars in one place and in order.
  • Save bookmarks and annotate webpages using Evernote. Teachers can add screenshots to help kick start their memory when looking for useful website.
To learn more about how to use Evernote in your class, I would recommend this guide.

For those of you who are not yet familiar with Evernote, I am sharing with you these 5 quick tips in the form of snapshots . Enjoy

1- Your First Note

Lean more about this tip HERE.

2- The Magic of Sync

3- Checklists and Reminders

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4- Save and Search Emails

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5- Find Anything

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