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Notability – Notetaking Features

Gah! This post took waaayyyy longer than I intended – recording videos is harder than I thought! So, with that introduction, I hope you enjoy the overview of all Notability’s powerful features 🙂 So as not to overwhelm you, I broke up this post into five videos outlining Notability’s more advanced notebook tools: Handwriting – […]

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Get organized in Notability

If I were to suggest one (free) note-taking app for my class next year, it would be Notability. Although I’m totally in love with Evernote for my own personal use, I think Notability is ideal for classroom use. In one screen, it allows you to take typed notes and handwritten notes, with several formatting options. In […]

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July 2, 2014 - 6:52 pm

Tara Komar - Nicole, you rock. I’m just now trying to figure out how to get everything organized for my classes, so this is great. Still can’t deal with the new LMS, Canvas, though–too much new stuff to process. Thanks for this.

August 11, 2015 - 8:33 am

File Naming Conventions » - […] I wrote an earlier post on how to organize your files in Google Drive and load them into Notability if you want to check out how my students receive their notes and worksheets in my semi-paperless classroom. My students deal with around 20 files in an individual unit, which could lead to a lot of fruitless searching and tears come finals week. Good file naming practices eliminate that nightmare. Here’s a screenshot of a typical unit in Notability: […]

Second-hand Style

As a teacher at an all-girls’ school, I am very conscious about the way I dress. I rarely wear makeup because I want the girls to know that bare faces are socially acceptable. I dress professionally to show my students what appropriate work attire looks like, but I also love to wear bright prints and […]

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