1.3ET – Microsoft OneNote & Teams

21st Century Learning with Microsoft OneNote and Teams

Microsoft OneNote Class and Staff Notebooks used in conjunction with Microsoft Teams is a unique, free software combination that is a great place to put an entire course curriculum including your lesson contents and activities. OneNote is the one place that allows for content and collaboration among teachers and students and allows for parents to be looped into the materials their children are learning. This session will demonstrate how to create, organize and share dynamic notebooks rich with interactive content. Participants can see how they can use Microsoft OneNote paired with the free tools provided within the Microsoft Community to digitize your lessons and artfully craft your way directly into 21st century learning!

Microsoft Teams is a collaborative meetings and communications tool that integrates the whole of Office 365 including OneNote Class Notebooks. Whether you are a teacher using flipped content in your classroom or a group of school staff planning events, Teams allows a natural means for collaboration and communication. Based on channels, Teams allows its members to do collaborative project work, share digital files and media, conduct video conference meetings, and use connectors to a variety of web services including Quizlet, Survey Monkey, and Forms.

Participants are encouraged to sign up at the Microsoft Educator Community website at https://education.microsoft.com for a free account.

Perry Lund recently shared a preview of this sectional on WELSTech. Listen to the interview to learn more about the topic.

Ted Klug has served in the area of technology in many different districts and levels. He was called in 1997 to serve as tutor and technology/PE teacher at Luther Preparatory School in Watertown. He served there for 2 years. He was then called to Our Savior Lutheran School in San Antonio, TX. He served as principal and taught various levels between 2-8 grades. He leveraged technology there team teaching one of the first grade school distance courses along with co=presenter Adam Mateske to students in both Texas and Belmont, CA. In 2004, Ted was called to Lakeside Lutheran High School in Lake Mills, WI. He served as the technology director at Lakeside for 11 years. He led Lakeside in 2014 to be one of the first WELS ALHS full 1:1 Chromebook schools and also was a vital part to starting the Lakeside Videography course. He taught numerous programming and ed tech courses during his tenure. Ted accepted a call in 2015 to serve as the principal at Evergreen Lutheran High School in Tacoma,WA, where he continues to leverage technology throughout the school.

Ted recently earned his Masters in Education with an Instructional Technology emphasis from Martin Luther College in May 2018. His capstone project focused on a K-12 technology curriculum. Ted also continues to attend national conferences on technology, including the national ISTE conference and the Midwest Brainstorm conference. He has attended all the ISTE conference across the country for the past 10 years.

Over the past 10 years, Ted has presented on various technology topics to many different groups outside of his schools. The groups include parent groups, seminars to current teachers/pastors, regional teachers conferences and even a guidance counselor conference. He presented at the Pacific Northwest, Arizona/California, Minnesota, and various Wisconsin teachers’ conferences. He taught on various topics including teacher training, instruction on using Google, Moodle and other CMS in the classroom, and leveraging technology into K-12 classrooms.

Sectional 1

Tuesday, June 25

1:00 pm