Notability is a powerful note-taker for both teachers and students to annotate documents,
It is being used in third, fourth, and fifth grade classes in Manhattan Beach schools for student notetaking, annotation of images and text, and creation to show knowledge. Here are some of the features and uses:
Take beautiful notes
- Handwrite notes or sketch ideas using variable width ink in a variety of colors.
- Craft reports or type outlines with our full featured word processor.
- Audio recordings help you capture every detail during lessons.
- Snap a photo of a whiteboard in the classroom or while researching in the field to add to your note.
Replay your notes
- Audio recordings automatically link to your notes.
- Review your notes in context as you listen to the audio recordings.
- Simply tap a word, drawing, or a picture to hear exactly what was said when you added it.
- Provide audio and handwritten feedback to students.
Share your notes
- Create collections of notes to share with Google Drive.
- Collect and handout assignments between teachers and students.
Links to websites that illustrate use of Notability in the elementary classroom
-Using Notability for Guided Reading
-Top 5 iPad Apps for Teaching Across the Content Areas
-Using Notability in Classroom Observation
-Using Notability as Digital Paper
|Close Reading Using Notability|
Here is an easy to follow tutorial that will introduce you to the most often used features of Notability.