Make input from teacher permanent/uneraseable
Somehow can input in student notebooks from the teacher account be preserved/make permanent or uneraseable? I love that we can lock pages, but sometimes I want students to be able to add more to/edit their original page, but I don't want to risk a kid erasing my notes to make it look like they got full credit later on.
M Azharuddin commented
This feature is require - when it comes to reviewing or grading student work. Teacher can check given worksheet, questions, activities and accordingly leave feedback, comment, grades, annotations there so that student can read it and improve it next time.
But as student can edit or delete these remarks, it is difficult to track it. If teacher is having 50 or 100 students then this becomes manual, time consuming task to track back it.
Best work around I can see is lock option for teachers so that they can lock these pages (both in collaboration space and student notebook). So teacher can leave remarks and lock that page for students - making it read only page for students and they cannot change any remarks posted by teacher.
This feature should have been added already.
Kids can make all kinds of changes! Teachers should have full command of the notebook andto override students input if needed.
Liz Larkin commented
Teachers should be able to erase and change but not the pupils.
Kay Wojnarski commented
It makes me uneasy sometimes that the feedback or marking that I add to my students' pages could theoretically be erased by them without a trace. This has not been an issue for me yet in using OneNote, but I anticipate it will only be a matter of time before a student tries it.
You could copy the page or get the students to have a copy of it directly below the page you want to put feedback on. You can then lock the page you add your feedback to and they just have to switch between pages to make the edits etc. Bit tedious though......I know.
Sometimes my students unknowingly deleted some words in the assignment and caused misunderstanding. This suggested feature will prevent that from happening.
yes i want to mark student work and have it so child cannot remove. brilliant idea as this frustrates me as well.