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  1. Hi Evernone, I currently work as a senior learning technology advisor in Perth Western Australia. I am doing some research on digital literacy in the context of teaching and learning. I am looking at digital tools trends education. I would love to hear from you if you are a teacher or a student using Evernote. Here are a few questions to start with Are you a teacher or student? Are you using Evernote in a language other than English? If you are teaching, what subject / year level (primary/secondary/tertiary/professional development and or technical college/further education) If you are a student/learning what subject / year etc Which country are you currently teaching/learning? How do you use Evernote? Teachers Repository ? Clipping lots of pages, storing documents. 360 tool (you're using it for pretty much everything) Please share your workflow Flipped Learning eLearning/blended learning Portfolio If you don't mind sharing your process please share your ideas. If you would prefer you can send me a private message that is fine. How do you use Evernote? Students - Repository ? Clipping lots of pages, storing documents. 360 tool (you're using it for pretty much everything) Please share your workflow Scratch pad: you do your drafts, collect evidence Portfolio If you don't mind sharing your process please share your ideas. If you would prefer you can send me a private message that is fine. This is a preliminary questionnaire and I will develop a much more comprehensive one depending on the replies. I can keep you updated if you wish so please message me your email address so that I can contact you in the future. Thank you
  2. Can anyone , including someone from Evernote... simply tell me how to unlock a shared note? Since the recent big update... if you are sharing a note in near real-time with someone else, ( I am a voice teacher and I give skype lessons to students and we share student folders with notes in it... )... the new update locks you out of the note, rendering it impossible to make any changes in the note... they said they did this to prevent the synching conflicts, but.... that wasn't nearly as bad as the new problem this created... now I can't share a note with my student in real-time?! Well, that would be digestible if they had provided a way to unlock or override that feature... but apparently they have not. Is this true? Is it actually true that they created a "lockout" feature when two people are sharing a note, that renders the note disabled for one of the users... and didn't provide a means to unlock the note or an override or a disable check box in the preferences? You got to be kidding me?! So far, the only way I can get access to my students note is for my student to completely close evernote and relaunch... Does anyone know how you unlock a note after you have been locked out? C'mon Evernote ... creating a "lock out a user" feature when sharing a note in real-time is one thing... but then to not provide any way to override that feature is just a huge oversize and mistake. Lock your customers out of the ability to use your product, and don't provide any easy way to unlock the note... ? Because.... you presumed that out of MILLIONS of users, nobody is going to share a note in real-time?... You have got to be kidding me?! And Ill add... I am a "Pro" customer too... Im paying for a monthly service here?! What really is the solution here, anyone know?
  3. carol giambri

    Teaching Sync error

    I am getting error message below when I try to sync. Facebook social media has not been helpful directing me here or even to your live chat but directing me to email which I believe I did. Been about 1-2 weeks now ongoing. Premium member. I can't tell now notes or NOTEBOOKS didn't sync or even if any are syncing with this message. "To resolve this error, you can export any unsynced notes then delete them from your account. If problem persists, to o the help menu and select customer support." == I can't attach here as getting error message: You are only allowed to upload 501.76kb.
  4. I have used Evernote for a few years as portfolios and for giving feedback. I have two 'Plus' accounts as I have set up a notebook for each of my 300+ students.These are shared with them individually via email address. This works fine for them to send work to me, and me to give individual feedback. It doesn't however work as well if i want to get the same information in form of a note to a whole class or year group, as I have to 'copy to notebook' for each individual student - up to 90 of them. I collect my notebooks into stacks for each class and would love to be able to copy to all notebooks in a stack, but I can't see that this is an option. How do the rest of you solve this issue which must be a very common need for teachers?
  5. Hey everyone! I'm trying to figure out how to use my evernote account and a jotscript pen to go paperless in my student workflow for a writing class. I've looked far and wide and still haven't found anybody doing (or at least written about) this option. Here is what I'd like to do: Option #1 Students send me an email to my evernote email. I then use a jotscript pen to edit their paper like I would if they gave me a written copy I send it back to their email for them to revise Option #2 - Do the same via a chat in evernote with students who have an evernote account. Anyone have any advice? Experience? My goal is to go as paperless as possible. I've tried this with my son and his evernote account but the workflow using penultimate was less than ideal. Thanks!
  6. Andybridgeeng

    Teaching Teaching Evernote to my 7th Grader

    I have three kids, the oldest of which is going into the 7th grade next year. I think she's at an age where I need to start showing her how to use Evernote to be more productive at school. I've seen a few articles on how to show kids how to set up an account, but I haven't seen anything on how to take them to the next step. How do I start teaching her how to create notebooks, tag files, etc, etc... Thanks ahead of time for any help,
  7. I use EN extensively for my Humanities class. One feature that is surprisingly missing is the ability to share a note and leave comments/feedback directly in the note without impacting the original note. Since we do a lot of writing and essays, etc. in my class, I would love the option to open their shared notes, highlight a sentence (for example), and add a comment complimenting them on how well they showed character traits in that one line. Instead, I have to totally alter their note, change the font color and/or add my initials, etc. to leave my comments. A simple but incredibly powerful comment function can be found in Google Docs. If EN implemented something like that, you're just one step closer to truly dominating this realm. Evernote can truly act as a "portfolio" in essence for students as they move from grade to grade. However, the sharing functionality, not to mention version history, is truly lacking. Yes, we can share some notes and notebooks. But the collaboration and discussion within the note is simply not there unless you want to totally edit the original note. This becomes rather clunky as my students read my feedback, make their changes, and eventually delete my comments so they're out of the way before publishing. Sure, I could have them create another "publishing" note but wow, talk about a missed opportunity for making it seamless for students and teachers. Think about it. A shared note with a history of comments/discussion regarding the contents, PLUS the ability to quickly review/compare different versions of the note over time. Parents, teachers, and students would flip if you could show that sort of growth/progression. Google has you beat here and I'd strongly suggest you take a look at how seamless this functionality is and simply copy.
  8. jrivers

    teaching Lesson plans

    My school principal would like to use EN for all teachers in his school. I created the general form the administration wants used each week. At this point we have the free account. Is it possible for him to set up notebooks for each teacher? Also, how will the teachers save their weekly lesson plans and keep the original form blank so they can use it again the following week without having to delete what they typed the previous week? We are trying to go paperless with lesson plans and this seems to be a really great program to use. Will we need a school account?
  9. Hi everyone, The other day I published a post on my ELT blog about how Evernote can help ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers. I'm actually quite surprised by how many hits I've gotten since yesterday! There are lots of useful tips on how you can increase your productivity as an ESL teacher and save on time (no more skimming through all those elt books), paper (you don't need to print, copy and scan endless worksheets) and, eventually, your nerves (no need to elaborate on that one if you're a teacher). Here's just one of the tips: Please let me know what you think! Thanks! L.
  10. Mrs.Ivette

    teaching Evernote and Google Form

    Hi! Can I insert a fully interactive Google Form inside a note or as a note itself?
  11. Hi I am new to evernote and have inherited a system run by the previous teacher, who used evernote to make assessments and observations on children in his Early Years class. He helped me create a notebook for each child and I also have my own notebook, which acts as a default. At the moment we are taking photos of the class and filing their pictures and notes in each of their notebooks, using tags for which objectives these meet. So far, so good. I have upgraded to Premium and would like to know how I can share with parents their child's notebook. I was told by parents who used the system with the previous teacher that they would log on to evernote and they could view their child's notebook. How can I set this up? Thanks in advance for any advice.
  12. There is a lot of great information in this Forum. I apologize if this is a little redundant, but I'm starting a new topic to seek some advice. I am looking to use Evernote in my High School Biology class. I teach in a 1:1 iPad district - every student has one. I have done this in the past - with great success, but tried something different this year with shared Google Folders (because my team used Google). But... I want to go back to using Evernote... We use another platform in our district (called Schoology) to push out documents, assessments, etc., so I'm not looking for those capabilities. I simply want to have access to my students' digital science notebooks. I originally tried having students share their notebooks with me (before I knew about the limit of 100 shared NBs). Here is what I did last year, with students and myself using the Free version of Evernote: students created account and notebookrather than sharing it with me directly, they shared it using the "Public Sharing Link"they copied and pasted that link into a Google Form that organized the entire class into a spreadsheet for mePros of Evernote: constant, 24/7 access to their notebook (as long as the live link stays open)students can easily insert pictures, tables, graphs, pdf's, etc, all of which can be edited with Skitch - this is perfect for a digital Lab notebookLimitations: the obvious limitation with the Free Version is that it is not collaborative with me or other students (Like a Google Doc would be)I've also had a couple of students that would somehow delete content that we could NOT figure out how to recover So... after all that... any suggestions? One big question I have: If I upgrade to a premium account, can I have collaborative access to 100+ notebooks? It's not an option to think students can or would upgrade.
  13. Hi! I create this topic just for C# example of sorting and search algorithms. For your information I'm just a student. I'm from Sweden, so I write in swedish in WriteLine. I hope that you enjoy! static void Main(string[] args) { while (true) { //Creates an Array with value 100 int[] myArray = new int[100]; //Creates randomizer to make random numbers Random randomizer = new Random(); for (int i = 0; i < myArray.Length; i++) { myArray = randomizer.Next(1000); } //May choose among various sorting algorithms for sorting number (for example Bubble sort) SelectionSort(myArray); //Makes it "fancier" Console.Write("{ "); for (int i = 0; i < myArray.Length; i++) { Console.Write(myArray); if (i < myArray.Length - 1) { Console.Write(", "); } } Console.Write(" }\n"); Console.Write("Mata in talet som du vill hitta: "); int searchNumber = int.Parse(Console.ReadLine()); //Choose between Linear and Binary search: int pos = LinearSearch(searchNumber, myArray); if (pos == -1) { Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.Red; Console.WriteLine("Talet finns inte.\nTryck 'ENTER' för att försöka igen."); } else { Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.Cyan; Console.WriteLine("Talet finns på position: "+ pos); } Console.ReadLine(); } } //Here is four methods for example (two sorting and two search algorithms) private static void SelectionSort(int[] myArray) { //Going through all non-sorted elements and find the smallest for (int i = 0; i < myArray.Length; i++) { //Assume that the first unsorted position contains the smallest value int minPos = i; for (int j = i; j < i; j++) { //If we find a smaller element, update minPos if (myArray[j] < myArray[minPos]) { minPos = j; } } //byt plats int tmp = myArray; myArray = myArray[minPos]; myArray[minPos] = tmp; } } private static void BubbleSort(int[] myArray) { for (int i = myArray.Length - 1; i > 0; i--) { for (int j = 0; j < i; j++) { if (myArray[j] > myArray[j + 1]) { int tmp = myArray[j]; myArray[j] = myArray[j + 1]; myArray[j + 1] = tmp; } } } } private static int BinarySearch(int searchNumber, int[] myArray) { int min = 0; int max = myArray.Length - 1; while (min < max) { int mid = (min + max) / 2; if (searchNumber == myArray[mid]) { return mid; } else if (searchNumber < myArray[mid]) { max = mid - 1; } else { min = mid + 1; } } return -1; } private static int LinearSearch(int searchNumber, int[] searchArray) { int position = -1; for (int i = 0; i < searchArray.Length; i++) { if (searchNumber == searchArray) { position = i; break; } } return position; }
  14. Hi all, I have been using Evernote for the last few months as my teaching planner. I teach a 5 period day 5 days a week, I have a workflow that *nearly* works and am sure there must be a way to automate some of it, so thought I would ask! Firstly I have a set of notebooks - one for each class I teach, i.e. Class_1 Class_2 Class_3 I then have a notebook called weekly timetables, in this notebook I have a note for each week I teach. Each of these notes follows a template which contains my teaching timetable. i.e. A 5*5 table, with the name of each class in each cell. I then make a note for each lesson in the class notebooks, with a title that represents the date the lesson will be taught, and the name of the class: In class_1 notebook: 5/1/14 - Class_1 6/1/14 - Class_1 In class_2 notebook: 6/1/14 - Class_2 Lastly I then paste note links of these class notes into the weekly planner in the relevant cell. Once this is all set up I have a diary where I can click on the note link for any day to get a note relevant to that lesson in which I can do my planning. My problem is that setting all of this up takes a fair bit of time, and so I am liable to make mistakes. If anyone can understand what I am doing, can anyone suggest automated methods to improve the set up? Any ideas?
  15. I have had some success using Evernote for a university-level history course. I would like to add an electronic discussion board for students to post and comment on each other's posts. Is there a way to do that within Evernote? Has anyone figured out how to add a gradebook to Evernote that allows students to see only their own grades? Thanks for suggestions!
  16. Hi Everyone, I have put together a collection of Evernote resources that I provided to my staff to get them started with Evernote. Thought I would share it here incase others find it useful. Here is the link- http://evernote4teachers.postach.io/ On a side note there is a heap more posts on my blog about Evernote in Education http://becspink.com/evernote/. Happy to answer any questions and share further! Bec
  17. Hi everybody. Does one of you have problems with evernote deleting your stuff? My whole MAP with my schoolnotes are deleted! how do i find my map, there is nothing in my "deleted" map, meaning it just disappeared without me doing anything! HELP!!!!!!!
  18. Hi All, Last Year I made a public shared notebook that my students could access from any computer, with or without joining evernote. I had them join, so it worked well. My problem now is that in order to share a notebook now, I need to invite individual people and can't find a way to just make a public link that I send to my kids. Did something change? Do I really need to enter all 160 of my students emails?? Can anyone help; Am I missing something? Thanks, Bob
  19. clarkmama9

    teaching Homeschoolers

    Is there a forum for homeschoolers? If not, one needs to be started!
  20. Hi, Here is a short article explaining one way on how to use Evernote (and Dropbox) in schools http://blog.cloudhq.net/post/35281660946/evernote-and-dropbox-in-education Please comment. Thanks!
  21. Has anyone used Evernote to do their weekly teacher planning? Or have you found another app that works well for Elementary teachers - as someone who does not necessarily teach the same things at the same time throughout the week...
  22. Hi. I'm a tech-pedagogy support person to teachers. The school does not have an Evernote education account. A teacher wants her students to gather an online portfolio. I use EN extensively and know that potentially, EN is the perfect tool for her needs. I assume that if the teacher got a Premium Account, and created a folder for each of her 14 students, shared each with a student, then her students could create their individual portfolios, each shared with the teacher. The students would use a free account, the teacher a premium account. Is this the case? If we can do this, and it is a success, then there will no doubt be many other teachers wanting to do the same thing, and logically a case for a school account. If I have to, at this early, untried, point in time, ask for an official school EN account, or if students have to get a paid account I will be told to use One Note. Because the school PCs have One Note. So I am hoping my described set up will work. Please advise.
  23. Hi Everyone, I am Bec, one of Evernote's Education Ambassador's. I have recently started a new series on my blog with tips and ideas for teachers interested in learning about Evernote and the best ways for them to use it in the classroom. You can access the series on the Evernote page on my blog, along with many other blog posts of tips and ideas- http://missspinkontech.global2.vic.edu.au/evernote/ I often get asked about how I organise my notes and notebooks in Evernote. I created an infographic to share how I do this. The infographic is just my way, I am sure many teachers do it differently- that is the beauty of Evernote...the way it works for me can be completely different to the way it works for someone else! http://missspinkontech.global2.vic.edu.au/2013/08/21/how-do-you-organise-your-evernote/ Regards, Bec
  24. Ms T

    teaching Lesson Plans

    I would like to use Evernote for my lesson plans. I am using an evernote widget on my phone, Samsung S4. This works well on my computer, but when I view the notes for my lesson plans on my Android phone, they are not in order by date created. I created a notebook called lesson plans. I teach first grade and need to have an entry for each lesson that I teach - about 5 entries per day. I need them listed in order by day and in the sequence that I teach the lessons each day. I can list them on my computer by date created which I of course changed to the date and time that the lessons would be taught. I can choose to have the notes listed from most recent when viewing on the computer. This gives me the lessons in the sequence they are taught each day for the week. On my phone, I can view the notes by date created; however, they are in descending order. The end of the week is listed first. I have the widget set to view the Note list from the lesson plan notebook, so if they were in the correct order it would be perfect. I have found that I can create a tag for the notes with that day _Monday, then search in the lesson plan note book for notes with that tag and then save a short cut to my phone's home screen. But this seems a bit more work than should be needed. It would be better for the notes to be listed from most recent. I am surprised that this is not possible because I would think that even a business person would want to know her schedule in sequence from first thing in the morning to last rather than the last meeting first. Would like suggestions if anyone has them.
  25. I am a piano teacher and have just started using evernote to keep notes of the students lessions. I have done so every day is in a booklet with each student for a note. Then I write like a blog in the note in every lession. Can I have a temple which I can, in any easy way to put a list with dates (like a blog) and maybe some "click-box" for attendance? Or must I copy and paste? For now I only have a free acount. Sorry for my bad english - I hope you understand.
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