- Create a notebook or eportfolio for each student or class and collect samples of student work. You can take photos of work with your phone, iPad, or computer and add it. You can also record audio of students and add it to a notebook. These notes will be easily accessible for conferences about students.
- Create a notebook of usernames and passwords. This is a great place to store info like that.
- Send emails of important information to Evernote so you don't have so much in your inbox. Evernote has a feature where you can email your note to Evernote. You can forward an email from your inbox to Evernote and clean out that Outlook box!
- Create a notebook as a phone call log. You can add notes and even record audio from a phone call if necessary. Use your speakerphone and record the audio to your iPad or computer.
- Create notebooks for your own home and personal use. Some people scan receipts and keep track of purchases this way.
- Use the webclipper tool in Evernote to take 'pictures' of websites which can then be added to your notes.
- Create notes in Evernote and use the sharing feature to get a link to share with students, parents, or other teachers.
- Create shopping lists or To Do lists which will be accessible on your phone. The data will sync between devices so you can check off items on one device and they will be checked off on all devices.
- Ditch the binder. Everything you would put in a binder can be added to Evernote and is available everywhere you go and is now searchable!
Check out tons of great resources for Evernote here: http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/245623