for K-12 educators and
administrators to help
create safe learning
Teachers who use Office 365 often rave about the great ways that OneNote takes note-taking to new heights. And while the note-taking functionality is quite “noteworthy,” OneNote is also useful for creating digital lesson plans. Here are ways OneNote helps.
Students are creating an increasing amount of digital drama on social media, email, mobile apps and online collaboration tools. These stories were among the topics discussed during last week’s Gaggle webcast, “Making Online Student Safety a Priority.”
Training is extremely important from day one, and it should continue throughout the adoption year and beyond. It’s always a good idea to find a small group of teachers ready to learn and share what they’ve learned. It’s important for schools to promote the value that GAFE will bring to teachers, parents and students. Start...
When Cincinnati Public Schools made the switch to Google Apps for Education, there was one important, missing ingredient from bringing safe communication and collaboration to students and teachers. The district needed additional controls, including 24/7 filtering and monitoring, to make Google Apps a safe online learning environment.
Adding multiple layers of technology won’t necessarily have a positive impact on knowledge acquisition and retention. Here’s how a tool like OneNote can do the job of multiple products or platforms while putting even more focus on teaching and learning.
There’s perhaps no other edtech topic discussed more these days than student data privacy. Because keeping your students’ data safe is important to everyone here at Gaggle, we decided that our next webcast should focus on what school leaders and edtech companies can do to protect student data.
With the OneNote Office 365 app, students can take their note taking to new heights. But OneNote is more than what you might expect from a typical notes app and can create new opportunities for students. Here’s how OneNote lends itself to a variety of learning and note taking styles.