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https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/evernote/id281796108?mt=8

Description:

Evernote is a web-based service for keeping notes and notebooks. Think of it as a virtual binder! You can create notes and notebooks on the Evernote website (http://www.evernote.com ), on the Evernote software (free download from Evernote.com), and/or via the app on your iPhone or iPad (also available for Windows, Android or Blackberry phones). Everything is automatically synced together so you can access all your notes from anywhere.

Login Required:

Note: Always check the current terms of use and obtain proper parent permission before using a resources that requires a login.
  • Yes, individual student accounts
  • Note: Parent permission is required for all students using Evernote.


Sharing Options:

  • Email with generic iPad address set up on device
  • Upload to app website
  • Other: Students share notebooks with the teacher so the teacher simply logs in to his/her account to view student work.


Tips for Using:

http://gcisdleadwithtechnology.blogspot.com/2012/10/digital-classroom-tool-evernote.htm

Activity Ideas:


Math- Math journaling to explain new terms and methods.
Science- Take pictures of experiments in progress for CER. Use with Skitch to annotate a picture and send to an Evernote note.
SS- Use with Skitch to annotate a picture and send to an Evernote note.
ELA- Keep a fluency notebook with audio recordings. Keep a reading log with student reflections and connections.
Other-
  • Use with PBL to record driving question, need to knows, take notes, monitor progress, etc.
  • Teachers use to take meeting notes, document parent communication, keep anecdotal records on students and to save web page resources

Ideas for Using Evernote- As a Teacher:

  • Take notes at faculty, team or PLC meetings
  • Document parent communication in a notebook for each student
  • Keep anecdotal records on students
  • Use the browser bookmarklet to save web page resources

Ideas for Using Evernote- With Students:

  • Keep a fluency notebook with audio recordings of the student reading selected passages.
  • Use with Skitch- students annotate a picture in Skitch and send directly to an Evernote note.
  • Reading log- students take a picture of the book they’re reading and type their reflections or connections
  • Science- take pictures of experiments in progress and go back later to type CER
  • PBL- record driving question, need to knows, take notes


Additional Resources:



Setting Up Evernote to use with Students: