A Secret Weapon for Teacher Organization – Microsoft OneNote Certification

Enormous effort is required for busy teachers to keep prepared and stay on top of their many responsibilities. How can teachers organize their work to save time while increasing creativity and collaboration in the classroom? On top of that, how can these teachers prove their mastery of OneNote and become a valuable resource to teachers and students in their school? By earning a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) OneNote certification.

Microsoft certifications are valuable credentials to increase competence, productivity and credibility, while preparing teachers for success in the classroom.

Preparing for and receiving a MOS OneNote certification increases a teacher’s productivity by providing expertise on a flexible digital notebook to make note taking a breeze, while organizing curriculum and content in one location. That’s right, ONE LOCATION. OneNote facilitates organization by gathering thoughts, ideas, plans and research in one single place.

Save lessons, templates, checklists, assignments and more for easy access on or offline. No more flipping between multiple programs and bulky binder collections of handouts and creative activities.

With Office 365 and the OneNote Class Notebook or OneNote Staff Notebook apps, teachers can share and collaborate with their students, department or professional learning community. Viewing and marking edits and notes allows teachers to provide real-time feedback to students or peers.

OneNote is available for free on all devices. To learn more about MOS OneNote certification, visit www.certiport.com/MOS.

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5 Responses to A Secret Weapon for Teacher Organization – Microsoft OneNote Certification

  1. microsoft 2010 June 16, 2015 at 6:17 am #

    This provides you with a straightforward use of capabilities for instance discussing and
    also printing. When was the last time you said that about a new Microsoft product.
    Here, with hard deleted mail messages, we mean the emails that no longer exist in ‘Deleted Items’ folder.

  2. mp3juice June 4, 2016 at 3:34 pm #

    Excellent, what a weblog it is! This weblog presents
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  3. Ben May 26, 2017 at 6:20 am #

    Can anyone do this? I use it in teaching..

    • Certiport October 5, 2017 at 10:12 pm #

      Yes! You can get certified.


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