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Wednesday, February 28 • 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Redefining the Paperless Classroom with OneNote

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The general theme will be how the Humanities department has moved away from paper and created better experiences for student learning.   We will discuss how OneNote was the gateway drug to get our faculty and students hooked on 1:1 and digital learning and helped us move away from paper.  OneNote has allowed our curriculum teams to free themselves from the textbook and encourage good reading strategies.   We will discuss how we all use OneNote for department business and how that helped train our teachers to use it with our students.  We will review the hurdles we had to overcome and look at what we consider to be successful.  We will look at other ways humanities teachers have used the power of Microsoft Surface and Windows.

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Brett Lettiere

Brett Lettiere – Humanities Department Chair and 18th year teacher 
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Adam Rummelhart

Microsoft Learning Consultant, Microsoft
Adam Rummelhart is the Microsoft Learning Consultant for the Chicagoland area. He graduated from The University of Iowa in 2013 with a degree in History. He has taught across Chicago in Chicago Public Schools, a charter school and most recently summer school at Lake Forest High School... Read More →


Wednesday February 28, 2018 2:45pm - 3:45pm
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