Microsoft Learning Consultant, Standout Education
OneNote is the ultimate STEM learning and teaching tool, as it offers so many ways to collect and display data, results, ideas, research and multimedia content.
Through the Class Notebook, teachers can keep a close eye on the progress of their students and provide rich and dynamic feedback.
In this hands-on session, Steven will share his top ten tips for using OneNote with STEM projects and share some great OneNote templates that you can adapt and use straight away at your school.
We will also look at add-ins and complementary tools that offer new ways for teachers to build superb problem-based learning (PBL) or inquiry learning scenarios.
You will need a device with OneNote installed for this workshop.
Steven Payne is also making several other presentations:
- STEM activities with micro:bit and Touch Development
- CSER Digital Technologies Overview – Primary
- CSER Digital Technologies Overview – Secondary
Those interested in STEM, General Primary, Junior Primary, Middle / Upper Primary, Middle Secondary (7 – 10), Senior Secondary (11 – 12)
About the Presenter:
Steven Payne has 20 years’ experience as a teacher and education consultant. He is the founder of Standout Education, a training and consultancy company based in Perth, providing professional development, workshops and ICT coaching for teachers and school leaders.
Steven currently works as a Microsoft Learning Consultant.
He has worked with the Microsoft Education team for the past five years, supporting schools and teachers across Australia to help enhance learning and teaching with technology.
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