The SEA Assistive Technology Department is excited about launching its OneNote Pilot Project. As mentioned in a previous posting, teachers involved in the Pilot attended a Meet and Greet session to receive an overview of the project and to explore some of the OneNote tools.
During this year long project, students will receive in-school training to create digital binders and to learn a variety of tools in OneNote to support organization and planning, both in their core and rotary classes. Students and teachers will also be involved in providing feedback in the form of pre and post surveys.
The first in-class sessions will be starting in November. Click on the picture to read about more exciting OneNote initiatives.
Here's a short video of a discussion between the AT Coordinator and pilot project teachers discussing how the goals of the OneNote pilot - as a tool to support intermediate students' organization skills - can help students' transition to high school become more successful.