We’ve put together a list of 10 tips for using the popular app Evernote in the classroom. If you’re using Evernote, are thinking about using it, or just want to learn more about the Evernote family of apps (Evernote, Skitch, Penultimate, Clearly, Web Clipper), download our ebook Evernote for the Classroom. In addition to the 10 tips that follow, there is a description of each app and how you can begin using it right away in your classroom.
- Organize by subject and add different notebooks for different classes
- Organize by project with all notes pertaining to a single project in a single notebook
- Organize by tagging, adding tags for easier searching
- Take a picture of the white board during class time and share notes with all students
- Easily share class notes, PowerPoints etc. by sharing a note with students or parents
- Store handouts, study guides in Evernote and share for constant access
- Create and maintain electronic portfolios for students (check out our previous Evernote post on this topic)
- Student’s can organize and share their own notes with the teacher or each other
- Record lectures or interviews easily and review them in other devices
- Collect web clips with annotations and share notes with other users
You can also check out the Evernote for Schools website to find out more about how teachers and students are using Evernote to stay organized and create collaboration.