No more paper daybooks!

Here is the screencast I have created to show you what my daybook looks like and how I put it together using OneNote. I am happy to go into more detail about anything if you’re not sure!

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4 thoughts on “No more paper daybooks!

  1. Thanks Fiona, I am giving it a go too. I have pasted in an excel copy of the schools calendar for 2013 on a final section – School Calendar. That way there is quick access when I am planning ahead..I have also put the roll on the front page of each class section, will see how it all goes. Thanks again for your ideas.

  2. Hi Fiona,
    I too have used OneNote for my lesson planning in the last year and a half. I love it! I have made each day a separate page within months (months are pages and days are subpages). This works for me and it was a nice transition from the paper copy that I used for many years. I am going to try planning using a similar method to yours because I am eager to try something new. I will probably end up creating a method based on yours with some elements of my own.
    Thanks for posting the video, it was very helpful!

    Joanne K

    1. Thanks for your comment. I am into the second year of using OneNote and I wouldn’t go back. It’s a great way to keep everything together and it is also easy to look back on what you did last year!

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