The following thoughts come from George in Form 4 who, along with his friends, has been making use of OneNote for learning outside of the classroom.
At the beginning of this year, as well as starting my new GCSE courses, I began to use Office 365 and OneNote, software introduced to the school for staff and students alike last year. The way in which OneNote works is that you are able to have instant access to synced documents from any computer around the world that you log into.
I have been using this across 3 subjects now. We began in iMedia, where it was used to be able to have constant access between Home, School and Teacher in order to have easily accessible and markable work. Then once I explained how it worked to the people within my table in Citizenship, we decided to roll out a shareable notebook within which we would be able to share, compare and confirm notes, worksheets and put helpful hints for our prep. My next subject that I plan to use Office 365 and OneNote in is History.