Notability

Students can draw, write or type a response to demonstrate learning using Notability. Quickly collect information on what students know during your lesson close or allow students to create lengthier responses to critical writing prompts.

Resources

You can earn Framing the Lesson and Critical Writing badges by utilizing Notability in your classroom.

Use the resources below to learn the basics of Notability and get started on your own!

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Earn Your Badges

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Framing the Lesson Badge Requirements
The teacher must include a screenshot of a close activity that was completed in Notability. Your evidence must show unique features of Notability. Ex- The Notability toolbar.

Examples of Framing the Lesson using Notability: 

  • Students quickly draw, write or type a response to a question posed during your lesson close to demonstrate learning

Critical Writing Badge Requirements
The teacher must include a screenshot that includes a student response to a Critical Writing prompt that was completed using Notability. Your evidence must show unique features of Notability. Ex- The Notability toolbar.

Examples of Critical Writing using Notability: 

  • Students draw, write or type a longer response to a critical writing prompt
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Power Zone Badge Requirements

The teacher must include a photo of themselves utilizing the Notability app on their iPad and the Apple TV to stay in the Power Zone. Your evidence must show unique features of Notability. Ex- The Notability toolbar.

Examples of Power Zone using Notability: 

  • The Notability app frees the instructor away from the lecture position when combined with their iPad using Airplay.