In a 1:1 classroom you have an opportunity to use the device in a variety of ways and essentially become a paperless classroom. Digital notetaking will vary depending on the device that your school is using.
Here are some ideas:
- Have an ongoing Google Doc. My students have an ongoing Google Doc that they open and access every day to write their bell work. At the end of the semester students submit their Google Doc to me through Google Classroom.
- Notebook for Class- Available in the Chrome Web Store. Anyone with a Google account can use it. Not limited to Google for Education users. Looks similar to an actual notebook with a spiral spine. Students can submit their notes taken in their notebooks to the teacher through the app. http://www.enginestart.org/notebook_for_class.html
- OneNote Online- Collaborate online. Helps productivity. Free version has limited capabilities. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/onenote-online/ciniambnphakdoflgeamacamhfllbkmo?utm_source=chrome-app-launcher
- Evernote- Clip images that you see online quickly and takes notes about it. Take handwritten notes and save them in Evernote. Good tool for sitting at a meeting our conference and wanting to remember the information discussed. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/evernote/dhfolfjkgpeaojbiicgheljefkfbbfkc?utm_source=chrome-app-launcher-search