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Friday, February 8 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
Artifacts of learning: Tools and strategies for digital note-taking.

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Every learning activity is important, but nearly as important is how learning is recorded by and for students. Notes, journals, and other records are a necessary part of any classroom. Students may miss a few classes, or need to prepare for an upcoming test; designing a meaningful and efficient way to record the learning of the day can lead to greater student engagement and achievement. Today's classroom have access to many (often free) tools that let us take notes digitally and collaboratively. In this session, we explore some of the tools available for making and sharing digital notes of all kinds. The benefits and limitations of several different tools will be discussed, and evidence based strategies will be demonstrated that you can use in your classroom to improve note-taking on Monday. Many new technologies for collaborating, journaling, and note taking are available to teachers. This session will expose them to some new tools and give them a chance to discuss how they can be implemented to improve the learning in their classroom. Evidence based strategies for recording, archiving, and sharing learning will also be discussed.


Matteo Hee

Matteo is a classroom teacher at Bellerose Composite High School in St. Albert. He teaches CTS courses including Computer Science, Design Studies, and an inclusive, project based Makerspace course. Matteo's practice has evolved around a passion for putting new technologies into the... Read More →

Friday February 8, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm
Shaw CC: Salon 19/20 9797 Jasper Ave
  • Room Details Workshop Max Capacity - 48
  • Grade Focus 43806
  • Tags English

Attendees (100)