Creating Unschooling Notebooks, Copying Notes and a Few Extra Ideas..
Yet more about Evernote, unschooling and record keeping! I had some encouraging feedback about my last video, even though it wasn’t very professional, (viewers were kind!) and so I am posting a second one. It follows on from yesterday’s video, A Look Inside Our Evernote Unschooling Records Notebooks. Actually, I just cut one video into two pieces and I’ve posted them separately.
In this video, I explain how I set up a new notebook, and how I copy notes from one notebook to another. There’s also a few more ideas on what to include in a notebook. I finish off by talking about the advantages of keeping such records, regardless of whether they are required for homeschooling registration purposes or not.
I recorded this video yesterday, 28th April 2014. This day was the official start of the second term of the schooling year here in NSW, Australia. After a two week break over Easter, once again I have to keep records of all my girls’ learning experiences. To do this, I had to create a new notebook. This is what I did….
Update: I discovered that there is an option to transfer tags, as well as labels, when copying notes from one notebook to another. There’s a box that needs checking ‘preserve tags’. Watch out for it! I am discovering new things about Evernote every day!