Tech Tools: Have You Tried? (8: Notability)

Tech Tools: Have You Tried? (8: Notability)


Students in a 1:1 environment should never type notes. It is not neurologically sound. But that doesn’t mean they can’t take notes digitally using a stylus. The only issue with this is that writing tends to be large and untidy.

Notability gets around this problem by making note-taking simple, easy and neat. Notability works best with a stylus, and it makes taking notes feel more like handwriting.

Of all the apps this teacher uses, Notability has to be in the top three of all time. (Watch this space for the other two!)


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One Response to Tech Tools: Have You Tried? (8: Notability)

  1. vdmmelani says:

    Notability also rocks for highlighting and making notes on PDFs!

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