Teaching Math with Onenote

Teaching Math with Onenote

Teaching Math with Onenote



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50 Responses to “Teaching Math with Onenote”

  1. hatay aydın says:

    Hello kurt, how can save screen record as a video

  2. David Bolduc says:

    great video, but can anyone explain why there's no excel insert anymore? I have a windows 10 laptop and the newest version of 365.

  3. Maths made easy byJaspreet Kaur says:

    https://youtu.be/Rw5K16GBIpY

  4. Maths made easy byJaspreet Kaur says:

    https://youtu.be/j1TMr-XV-8U

  5. Ranjith Kumar says:

    I feel bad that I didnt have a teacher like you.

  6. Nosheen Hsaan says:

    Great. You have explained every step in detail and nicely. I can not access the Mathematics tab in my One Note. Kindly guide

  7. Patrick Hirschmann says:

    Gibt es eine Möglichkeit (Sek I) um Dinge zu konstruieren? Ein Geodreieck einzublenden? mit einem Zirkel etwas zu machen? Streckensymmetrale, Winkelsymmetrale, besondere Punkte im Dreieck?

  8. reno38121 says:

    Hi, thank you for your video. Those math fonction seem not to exist in my MAc version of One note… Do you confirm ?

  9. Kaushallya De Alwis says:

    Very valuable piece of work. Appreciate your hard work.

  10. James Madison says:

    @34:40 It should be "seamless," not "seemless."

  11. Chris Cain says:

    This is a fantatsic demonstration thank you so much

  12. A Deer says:

    Ich habe OneNote2016 installiert, jedoch habe ich diese "Mathematik-Funktion" nicht. wie bekomme ich diese?
    danke!

  13. sharon Yosef says:

    thank u kurt.i will try it.

  14. I TV says:

    Someone know if a simple wacom intous m work with onenote and if its big enough?

  15. Mehdimatics says:

    Great

  16. Denis Farcaș says:

    Watch on 1.5x speed
    Thank me later

  17. Tutor Calgary says:

    powerful…

  18. Shrey Pratap Singh says:

    Really impressed with your information.

  19. S Bajwa says:

    Thank you. This is great!

  20. Navjot Singh says:

    Hi Kurt, another useful tool you can use is called “Microsoft Maths Solver”. It is a Microsoft app where you can scan any math problems and it shows you the step by step solutions. You can also select a topic and it will generate random questions to test your knowledge. It’s a very good application and so far it has correctly solved anything I’ve given it.

  21. M Rafique says:

    Is this a special version or something ? mine, though licensed with office 360, but does not show any of these functions. Even the draw menu hides after every single use. I am naive about this software. Will appreciate the potential help. Thank you.

  22. Iam Dartey says:

    There's more to learn here….. https://youtu.be/cq2Xgih7FY4

  23. a2zMaths says:

    Very informative. Thanks.

  24. Tutor Science says:

    I just wanted to congratulate for the amazing work you are doing with your students and the amazing video you prepared for us. Thank you!

  25. Davor Susnjar says:

    Only book, not PC. 👎🏻

  26. Navneet Mukherjee says:

    I need your email Sir . or if you don't have any objection I need your phone number……Please.

  27. Lah Miah says:

    Amazing. Thank u.

  28. Purnalal Magar says:

    plz subscribe and like me, I am also learning and try to do mathematics

  29. TechGamersHaven says:

    When I started flipping my class in 2016, I was impressed with your video not knowing that it is still so helpful in 2020. So I kept on sharing this to my pals and colleagues to show them the power of OneNote in teaching math. Thanks Sir Kurt! 🙂

  30. Olivier Chabot says:

    Do you recommend using OneNote for windows 10 or OneNote 2016 for my Surface Pro?

  31. Freediver Nova says:

    Amazing! Im a math teacher. This will help me a lot. Thanks. I am following you now.

  32. KachhwahaSir R. K. coaching says:

    https://youtu.be/7r1x835cKA0

  33. mechanical mart says:

    Nice work.

  34. Learn Maths says:

    Very nice

  35. Dr. Sam says:

    Onenote is a software what are the cpmpatiabilities onenote advantages..kindly explain how much it cost.

  36. Anjna Mittal says:

    Very very informative thanks i ll try

  37. Mohd. Farhan Hassan says:

    Can you give input with keyboard too when in drawing mode in onenote or you have to switch back and then type, because I would need both

  38. vikas Merupula says:

    Hi sir which plate form is bettre for online tution, am a tutor and i need students.. so can u suggest some of online tution platforms

  39. 紀章kisho says:

    how does OneNote integrate with SageMath (https://www.sagemath.org/) and CoCalc (https://cocalc.com/)?

  40. 紀章kisho says:

    how can the evolving of explanatory writing/typing mathematical expressions be animated in onenote?

  41. Sebastian Richard Danful says:

    Very resourceful Kurt. It's an eye-opener. Thanks for the inspiration

  42. MATHBD says:

    Very Helpful!

  43. biplab2311 says:

    Shortcut key to move to previous page pls??

  44. Olusola David Okunlola says:

    Hi! Thank you so much for your comprehensive approach to teaching. I really like your work. please, can you mentor me on this new technology-enhanced teaching? I am a teacher from Nigeria and I really want to learn from you, my email:olusoladavid81@gmail.com, thank you

  45. Math Ranger says:

    😯

  46. Thamarai Selvam says:

    What arrangements I should made at home to start online math tutoring class

  47. Thamarai Selvam says:

    Í want to start math online teaching what materials to buy to start math online teaching. Which tobuy writing pad or onenote to teach math

  48. maths world gm sir channel says:

    likes, great effort, excellent explanation
    welcome to my channel

  49. talitack talitack says:

    Vielen Dank, Kurt! Great explanation! I didn't know I had such a powerful tool available in my computer!

  50. Nat Tch says:

    bla … bla … bla … useless!

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