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  1. Welcome to the Evernote Teaching Forum. Much of the art of teaching revolves around planning and organization. As teachers we tend to develop and accumulate a tremendous amount of paperwork. For example, as a science teacher I have binders and drawers full of notes, worksheets, labs, tests, activities, and organizers. Furthermore, most teachers tend to use a host of support material such as videos, presentations, and websites to aide in their teaching practice. Last year I began using Evernote to help manage my files. In the process of doing so I also found that Evernote’s shared folder system is an easy means by which I can share those files with my students. Evernote has, in essence, become my digital file system. As a moderator of this forum I hope to be able to help other teachers learn how to utilize Evernote’s unique attributes to make the teaching profession a bit less stressful. I will do my best to answer any questions you may have about how I use Evernote in the classroom. Of course, I also hope to glean insights into how other teachers integrate Evernote into their workflow, so please feel free to share any tips or strategies that you employ. Thanks!
  2. See how Evernote teaching Ambassador Kevin Buran uses Evernote in his class. http://blog.evernote...-school-series/
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