Some Useful Links For Teachers


I put together a handout of useful links for teachers today for a workshop that was hosted in Microsoft’s Waltham sales office today. Most of these links were in response to questions from teachers in attendance. It seemed to me that these links may be interesting to others as well. And I was having trouble coming up with a post that was both original and useful. :-)

Microsoft Education Home – http://www.microsoft.com/education


Microsoft Learning – http://www.microsoft.com/learning


Student Tech Support Programs


Math Resources


Online Workshop Microsoft has sponsored a free online workshop for 3-5th grade teachers regarding how to teach math better using technology.  It can be found on the home page of the math forum:  www.mathforum.org (Continuing Education Credits are possible)

Microsoft Math There is a free trial (full functionality for 30 days) available from the left navigation menu at the Microsoft Math website – www.microsoft.com/math.


Computer Literacy


Online Computer Literacy Curriculum from Microsofthttp://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=6001189 


SharePoint Learning Kit – http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=7185831 – E-learning delivery and tracking application built on Windows SharePoint Services (free, open source)


Comments (6)

  1. It never fails that when I am introduced to a big Open Source supporter one of the first things I hear

  2. Rachel says:

    Thanks so much for the links. I’ve found them very helpful.

  3. How is software built in the real world? How are open source and closed source development projects different?

  4. How is software built in the real world? How are open source and closed source development projects different

  5. The Office Online site also has a bunch of demos and training to help people move from Office 2003 and

  6. The Office Online site also has a bunch of demos and training to help people move from Office 2003 and