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5 Tips for holding a OneNote Workshop

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Inspired by the Microsoft Innovative Educator “#MSFTtips Contest” I decided to write down my 5 Tips for everbody, who wants to hold an OneNote workshop for other educators. In the past 3 years I have had great oppertunities to introduce OneNote to many, many educators in Austria (and Germany too!) and I am pretty proud of my efforts, because I have changed some teachers AND students daily life since they are using Microsoft OneNote.

  • Tell them your WHY

    So if you never heard of Simon Sinek you have to invest the following 18 Minutes into his genious TED talk about what he calls the” Golden Circle”: WHY – HOW – WHAT:

    So I always start my Workshops traditionally with a small PowerPoint-presentation about my personal path to OneNote.

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Ted-Ed Club HAK Steyr

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tededclubs

tededclubsOnce again my passion has led me to something new and I am pretty amazed and proud, that I can establish a TED-Ed Club at the HAK Steyr! TED-Ed? What’s that? If you are an active learner and/or teacher you surely have seen some of the most inspirational talks ever on TED.com . I have to admit, that I love TED and I am watching as many talks as possible to improve not only my knowledge but also my presentation skills.… Visit the author's original post

Recap of Microsoft Education leaders briefing

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edu_brussels_leftAttending an Microsoft event is always a pleasure for me, but coming back from one is even more delightful. Cause I am always filled with lots of ideas and as I call it “buzz for a change”. Seeing innovative people telling their ideas and exchanging thoughts on education fills me with a lot of energy to get things going at home in my school, in my classes.
So the Microsoft Education leaders briefing in Brussels was a great success for me and my students.
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