Parent U: OneNote How-To for MS Parents! -
Tuesday, November 5th from 8:10-9:40am in McKeever
Do you know how to navigate Microsoft OneNote on your child’s laptop and determine what content has been shared with your child from his/her teacher? Do you sometimes long for the days of the traditional three ring binder with tabs? Do you struggle to know how to locate your child’s class notes and homework pages on their laptop? Do words like “Content Library” seem like a foreign language to you? Please join us for this Parent U focusing on all things OneNote for middle school parents. We will review the design basics of any class OneNote notebook. We will also look at how teachers use these notebooks to deliver content, and how students use it to take notes, complete homework, and prepare for assessments. Our hope is that you leave with the ability to navigate your child’s OneNote notebooks without needing their help! We look forward to seeing you there so that you can become the next OneNote Pro Parent!
Led by Indyasia Fowler, science teacher, Tracey Greene, math teacher, Sarah Peebles, math teacher, and Jewel Anderson, Instructional Technologist and Department Chair for Library Services