I also use OneNote - this might help
My OneNote system consists of several notebooks:
-Areas of focus
-Done (move completed projects here)
In the Projects Notebook I have several sections:
-Projects (for all the mini projects like the office party, Awards ceremony, anything that only needs one page to plan and track outcomes
-One section per project (for you I would have it as one per subject, eg Biology, Maths etc. when you move it to the Done folder, include the year in the section name so there would be Biology 2012, Biology 2013).
In each project section I would have several pages for the plan, information, and each subproject and keep notes of them. Use subpages to group pages together and rollup the pages for easier page navigation.
Tags - I use them a lot. Need to customise them, get rid of the default and setup these:
Check box Project
I use the first two since I capture a lot of info directly into OneNote, but might want to process and review it later.
Use one check box per project, and use this to tag each committed outcome, like Prepare chapter 14 lectures, and Grade chapter 13 homework.
The advantage of tags is that your outcomes can be anywhere in OneNote but easily consolidated into a central list. Do this by pressing Find Tags, and Group tags by Tag Name. It will do this in alphabetical order, which is why I have a + at the start of Process and Review, so they'll be at the top of the list and not mixed up with the projects.
By ticking the check box and ticking Show only unchecked items you can hide items from the list. You can print the list by Creating a summary page - but delete this afterwards as it creates duplicates which will show up in subsequent summary pages. I don't tend to bother with it, as I only want to read my list on the computer, and not print it out.
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