Lock teacher mark up comments from deletion
When I give formative feedback onto a students workbook page, I don't want that to be deleted. If the student wants to edit the page after I have marked it then they should create a copy of that page so my feedback stays as evidence of assessment and progression of learning.
We’ve now started rolling out this capability.
Shashi Gawari commented
Yes, your right... the feedback is important for student improvement.
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I love using one note for the pdf's (you can insert the file as a pdf printout) but students do accidentally delete pages. Is there a way to stop that from happening?
Erica Brown commented
I am using Class Notebook for the first time this year. How can I prevent students from accidentally deleting pages that I have pushed into their notebooks to complete? I'm struggling with how to upload assignments that are editable PDF's also.
I have a number of suggestions for Classroom Notebook
1. In 'Review Student Work' be able to search for a specific key word
2. Agree with the above comment about locking teacher comments
3. Have a tool similar to the comment tool in WORD where you can highlight part of text or a diagram and attach a comment to that specific part
4. Have drag and drop pre-written comments
5. Be able to temporarily LOCK the pen into a colour instead of having to continually selected so spelling/ punctuation fixes in the text stand out.
6. Love the stickers - and they include ticks and crosses but they ARE HUGE and very babyish - I teach secondary not primary school - I'd love to have a quick way of inserting a normal sized tick and cross
7.A pre-formatted glossary template
8. Automatically take a screen shot of the page and save to a pre-designated location.
Hope you are able to incorporate some of these! Thanks!
How is this not a thing! Teachers need to mark students work without it being open to modification or deletion by students. Simple as that. The fact that is has not been implemented yet is astonishing.
Mary Harvey commented
This option would allow giving quizzes in a class notebook also, which my teachers would like to do.
Chris Cobon commented
Yes, also looking for this facility...or the option to lock a frame of text.
Definitely needed urgently
Once a teacher has reviewed work through OneNote Class Notebook it is currently possible for students to delete or edit the teachers comments. Here in the UK there is a requirement for teachers to provide evidence that they have marked work. This is typically done by handing over books to another member of staff. This can be emulated by making another staff member a Team Owner. However unlike a paper book it is possible for a student to make it look like a teacher has either not reviewed work or has put something entirely inappropriate in the comments.
So I would like something like.
1. Locking comments so they cannot be changed / deleted. But allowing the page to be changed. So if a student made mistakes then they can be corrected.
2. Locking a page after comments are made so no further changes can be made.
3. A snapshot facility which allows a staff member which when operated copies read only version of the page into an 'evidence' section. The original page is then left editable.
4. A track changes option which shows what changes have been made. So that if comments are changed or deleted everyone knows that this is what happened.
Kendall Eley commented
I would like to see this feature added also
Haydn Campbell Nicholas Hill commented
Yes students unable to remove change ulter or hide teacher or staff comments or signatures or suggestions note books should have a comment or suggestion box at the end of every page comments or suggestions by staff or teacher are only applicable once received for marking or grading and teachers and staff must put reason or decision for grade graded
Tim Jefferson commented
This is the same as this, yes? https://onenote.uservoice.com/forums/362784-education/suggestions/9356466-lock-teacher-mark-up-comments-from-deletion
Michael Franklin commented
Including stickers, please - so they are not just clip art.