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Increase Reading Proficiency, Organization, and Collaboration with OneNote

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Would you like to empower every student to achieve more? The Microsoft Education team is excited to bring new tools to help you and your staff excel in the classroom and redefine learning. Join Mike Tholfsen as he shows how you can increase collaboration in the classroom, explore new pedagogy, and help build an inclusive classroom - all by using the highly acclaimed Learning Tools for OneNote, which can help students with dyslexia, ADHD, and ELL. He will introduce some of the key tools that currently exist and show how they can affect learning experiences. Mike will also share some of the new tools coming in the next school year and discuss some of the opportunities they will provide. Come discover easy ways to increase reading proficiency, organization and collaboration in your school and classroom.

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Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Thursday, June 16, 2016 @ 3:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Microsoft, Reading & Writing, Response to Intervention (RTI), Sponsored
Tags: Collaboration, Microsoft, OneNote, Organization, Reading, RTI

Reviews (23)

great webinar! look forward to looking into
Full Member
Very good information and examples! Thank you!
Full Member
Fantastic overview of one note. excited to try it!
Full Member
Great information, very helpful!
Full Member
Great info. Thanks!
Basic Member
Super! Thanks!
Basic Member
Awesome overview - I am learning something new each time I watch one of these videos.
Full Member
Awesome information!
Basic Member
This webinar was fantastic! As a special education teacher, I can't wait to try the Learning Tools!
Full Member
Great webinar.
I found that the following resources nicely supplements this webinar:
Twitter @OneNoteC, @OneNoteEDU, @msonenote
Also, any teacher can get O365 for free- as well as
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