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The humble checkbox

Using checkboxes in rubrics with OneNote has enabled my students to become independent in their learning, proficient at peer assessment, better at time-management skills and reflective in their own learning. Not to mention they have the added satisfaction of checking off work as they complete it!

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Immersive Reader comes to Outlook on the web and the OneNote for Windows 10 app, and expands its global reach

We are pleased to announce that the Immersive Reader—included with Microsoft Learning Tools—is now available for Outlook.com, Outlook on the web and the OneNote for Windows 10 app. In addition, we are adding new language and geographic availability for the Read Aloud, Syllables and Parts of Speech features for Word Online, OneNote Online, Outlook on the web and OneNote Windows 10 app.

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OneNote Class Notebook updates include read-only parent or guardian access and Collaboration Space permissions

Over the last year, our team has been working with and listening to educators to learn how they are using OneNote Class Notebooks. To address the top requests we heard from teachers, administrators and parents/guardians, we’re pleased to announce the release of four new features in OneNote Class Notebook.

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OneNote Class Notebook supports English Language Learners at Klein Forest High School

OneNote has been an excellent tool for our struggling students and co-teach classes. A few accommodations we have seen incorporated into OneNote are Read Aloud, enlarged text, graphic organizers, to-do list and use of calculator. OneNote helps students who may struggle with learning disabilities to keep their work organized because the teacher can distribute the work to their notebooks. Students are not losing or misplacing their work anymore.

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Learning Tools for Word Online and OneNote Online now available, plus new languages

We are pleased to share that Learning Tools are now available in new languages to all customers with Office 365 or a personal OneDrive account. Previously, we announced that we would deliver Learning Tools to Word Online and OneNote Online, so users on any device can experience the same reading and writing benefits people see using Learning Tools for OneNote.

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Updates to the OneNote Class Notebook add-in—read/unread indicators in Review Student Work and more

Since the school year started, we’ve been making improvements to the Class Notebook add-in for OneNote on the desktop, including providing teachers with the ability to quickly see updates made by students in the Review Student Work pane. —Read on for details.

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Our school fell in love at first sight!

Do you believe in love at first sight? I do because my teachers and administrators at Coulter Grove Intermediate School in Maryville, Tennessee, have experienced it firsthand! Our story isn’t about an immediate connection between two people. Instead, our story is about an immediate connection with a digital tool called OneNote that fulfilled a need and then continued to grow with us so much that we have become inseparable!

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OneNote October roundup

This month, the OneNote team focused on updating our Android app to launch new features and bring back some fan favorites. We are also introducing new ways to embed content types and improving usability on shared devices. —Read on to learn more.

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Cross-classroom collaboration—student scientists as teachers

Collaboration is the name of the game in education these days. We want students to be able to converse and collaborate in the classroom. But what if we add technology to collaborate across grade levels or even with other schools? —Read more to learn how science teacher and MIE Expert, Cheryl McClure, uses Microsoft technology in her classroom.

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