Resource Introduction: MoveNote

Check out MoveNote to help students make more, easier digital presentations for wider sharing!

What is it?

MoveNote is an app for slidecasting. That means it enables the user to share a slide-based presentation with others. You might say we can already do that with regular sharing, but MoveNote shares a fully recorded slide-based presentation with split-screen functionality. The slide presentation appears in a main screen while the speaker image appears in a secondary screen. The recording captures the full animation of the slideshow and full delivery of the speaker with audio. It’s a remarkable tool for recording and sharing presentations, and it works effortlessly on Chromebooks.

How can I use it?

MoveNote presents a number of cool opportunities. You could use it to flip the classroom by recording instructional presentations. You could use it to gather student presentations for assessment, to increase the number of possible presentations in a single year. You could even use it for students to record presentations in the development stage to share with reviewers, even reviewers in different buildings and at different levels.

Who’s using it?

At Southview, Lisa Sobb

At Arbor Hills, Julie Young

At Hill View, Kayla Nowacki

Are you or someone you know using this? Notify us, and we’ll post your or their name here as a building expert! Email to

Check out this short video by Anna Searcy to help you get started.  

Resource Links

MoveNote Home Page

MoveNote Download on Playstore

MoveNote YouTube Channel

“3 Minute Teaching with Technology Tutorial: Using Movenote for Lesson Content” (Video; 3:10)

Teacher Testimonials with Application Ideas

Author: Alexander Clarkson

After ten years of teaching English language arts at Southview High School and three years at McCord Junior High School, Alex is the first digital instruction specialist for Sylvania Schools. He moves from building to building helping teachers reach and engage their students through digital learning.

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