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  1. Hello, Very new to evernote and have chosen to trial this in my classroom this year. What I want to do is use this as a form of anecdotal note-taking. I want to set up a notebook for each of my children which then can be subdivided into the differents areas (math, reading, writing, social/emotional) for each child. Then when I take notes I can just plop them into the according sub-folders. Any help? Thanks, Riz
  2. Evernote at School: The Montclair Kimberley Academy’s 1:1 Program Students and faculty at the Montclair Kimberley Academy are using Evernote for everything from language learning to planning theater performances to collaborating on research projects to studying plant and insect development. In only a few months, Evernote has become a critical tool both inside and outside the classroom. Here’s their story The Montclair Kimberley Academy (MKA) is a K-12 private school of around 1000 students. At the start of the 2010-2011 school year, MKA launched a 1:1 (one-to-one) Program, in which every student, grades four through twelve, was given a MacBook Pro laptop, a backup drive, an Evernote Premium subscription, and some other software products. In addition, all teachers were given an Evernote Premium subscription. The goal of the MKA 1:1 program was to provide students and faculty with the best, most advanced educational tools available.
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