HOW-TO USE

LoiLoNote in a CLASSROOM

Project Based Learning
(tunneling feature, research tools, ability to combine various multimedia into one project)

Teamwork
(tunneling feature)

Project Based Learning, Teamwork

Brainstorming
(tunneling feature)

Flipped classroom
(tunneling feature, dragging internet contents)

Brainstorming

Presentations and multimedia projects
(incorporating various types of information as pics, videos, text, drawings, web contents, map and PDF files into one project)

Presentations and multimedia

Research and investigation
(incorporating web and map contents)

Research and investigation

Organizing thoughts and information
(reorganizing cards by a touch of a finger)

Public speaking
(presenting one's own project)

Organizing thoughts and information

Discussions

Labs
Keeping a track of an experiment

Discussions

Scientific method
Writing and creating procedures to follow to conduct an experiment

Creating and solving math problems
(tunneling feature)

Scientific method

Learning to count
(tunneling feature)

Cooperative learning
(tunneling feature)

Learning to count

Creating magazines and CMs
(video and pics editing)

Vocabulary study
Creating definition cards

Creating magazines and CMs

Grammar study
(changing the order of cards to create the right order of a sentence)

Pronunciation study
(recording typed text to practice pronunciation)

Grammar study

Matching objects and facts
(connecting cards by drawing lines between them)

Cataloguing objects

Sequencing of e.g. events, stories, physical processes

Mind mapping

Matching objects and facts

Summary board
Reviewing material before a test (tunneling feature, multimedia incorporation)

Novel studies
(combining different types of media and information into one project)

Character studies/analysis
(as above)

Summary board

Timelines
(arranging information in linear order)

Explaining processes of how an answer was achieved

Reflections

Keeping a track of students’ performance in PE class

Creating flashcards

Taking notes

Submitting assignments

Explaining processes of how an answer was achieved

For a Teacher

  • Sharing worksheets, tests, and templates
  • Flipping a classroom
  • Formative and summative assessments
  • Reassessments
  • Standards based grading
  • Review and study skills
  • Creating teaching materials and presentations