"Evernote – an attempt at the definitive summary of teacher uses!" is a great blog post by Richard Lambert that does a really good job of describing some great ways of using Evernote in education. As a huge Evernote fan, and user, I'm always looking for new ways of using Evernote as an educator.
One of his ideas is to use Evernote to record and track student performance and work. Audio notes, photos, uploads of student work, all tied to notes for that student, make it much easier to evaluate a student and their learning. It is a kind of e-portfolio of the student's progress through the class.
Read his whole article here: http://richlambert.edublogs.org/2012/02/07/evernote-the-definitive-post/
I'm adding it to my Evernote for Education Resource page.