Posts by author : Pat Coleman

Establishing Systems for Student Reflection

Establishing Systems for Student Reflection

This year I have been involved with a Teacher Development Program. This program is compulsory for all teaching staff members at my school to be involved in and has a number of levels to it to ensure that staff maintain their commitment to best practice. This year I completed the “full” teacher development program, which…

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OneNote: Creating your own textbook

OneNote: Creating your own textbook

Have you ever been frustrated by a textbook because it is not quite right? Do you have that printed out folder with learning experiences from multiple resources? Wouldn’t it be great if you could create your own digital work and textbooks with all of the resources you have found valuable? Well look no further, OneNote…

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OneNote: The Ultimate Organisational Tool

OneNote: The Ultimate Organisational Tool

OneNote is by far my favourite Microsoft product. While I use Outlook and tasks to keep me on track OneNote provides the space to keep me organised and collaborate with staff and students. OneNote is a powerful and versatile digital notepad, which allows you to organise and keep all your notes organised across all aspects…

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OneDrive and O365: your first step towards cloud computing

OneDrive and O365: your first step towards cloud computing

Microsoft’s OneDrive for education is your first step towards cloud computing. Through the power of the cloud you can access documents across any internet connected device and make edits online. Because documents are stored in the cloud, collaboration can occur in real time with multiple users. With cloud storage, you never have to worry about…

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