Re: Using Evernote?
- Also use your right click in Evernote, when you hover over "notebooks" on the left side of the screen UNDER the "account tab", right click to add a new notebook, name it and then it falls into the panel on the left side of the screen. Second Add notes to the selected notebook by using the "New Note" icon at the top middle of the screen to add the note, name it in the field at the top where the formatting tools are. Remember you can add multiple notes to notebooks. Let me know if you would like for me to send screen shots to you... :) Sync it to your phone and you can really do some things on the go etc... :) Jer 29:11
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Scott Hughes <scotthughesphoto@...> wrote:
> I use Evernote all the time, I use it on my phone and at home having downloaded and installed the app, at school I use their web interface, I set up notebooks first mainly for genre rather than grade level, say printmaking as a general title, then I make multiple notes within each notebook, some are web resources or links, other times I literally have the lesson plan with all the links and visual examples needed, then I can copy and paste those pictures or links to worksheets, questions etc... to the school computer as needed for sideshows or printing... 1st set up a notebook for your grade levels, then add each lesson plan as a note, you can add an unlimited number of notes to each notebook... Btw... This is good for personal things, ideas, grocery lists, recipes you name it!!!
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> On Mar 18, 2012, at 10:15 PM, "dacke8175" <dacke8175@...> wrote:
> > Is anyone using Evernote for lesson planning? I don't know how to begin. Can anyone tell me how you set up a file? I tea h 6 7 8 grade. Do I do a file for each grade, project or date?
> > I've searched the web. And can't find a tutorial that gives an explanation how to start??
> > Thanks.
> > Trisha Ackerman
> > Middle school Educator
> > Parker Core Knowledge Charter School
> > http://artisticjourneys-trish.blogspot.com/
> > http://pckcsartclass.blogspot.com/
> > Parker, Colorado