2015 Microsoft NSW Schools Roadshow – Next Level Learning

Each year we've worked with other partners to run a regional Microsoft NSW schools roadshow right around the state. And it's back again...the team road trip, just in time for winter!

Basically, we're running quality, free, relevant and hands-on education technology workshops, which don't happen often. This May and June, Microsoft will be offering hands-on workshops across NSW with the latest technology including Windows 8.1, apps, Office 365 and devices, including the latest Surface 3.

Want to make the most of your students’ love of mobile technology? This half-day hands-on workshop presents five tried and trusted ways to implement a successful 1:1 program involving BYOD. Plus we’ll introduce new Microsoft stuff that could help you get started in your school.

For example, did you know…

  • Office 365 is available to students at no charge:
    Schools that license Microsoft Office for all staff can now also provide access to Office 365 ProPlus for all students, teachers and staff at no extra  cost. Office 365 ProPlus (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more) can be downloaded on 5 PCs or Macs, 5 tablets and unlimited mobile devices - go straight to http://www.office.com/getOffice365
  • Office 365 runs on iPad, Android and Windows devices
  • The technology you already have does more than you think

Our Microsoft Education Master Trainers aren’t just going to inspire you to take learning to new places, they’ll step you through actually doing it.

Who will get the most from this session?

Teachers, ICT leads and curriculum leads. Devices will be provided.

Dates & Venues

Parramatta – Friday May 29th 2015 – UNE Future Campus - Register Here

Tamworth – Monday June 1st 2015 – Tamworth Golf Club -  Register Here

Batemans Bay – Wednesday June 3rd 2015 – NRMA, Murramarang Beach Resort - Register Here

Dubbo – Friday June 5th 2015 – Macquarie Inn - Register Here

Newcastle – Wednesday June 10th 2015 – Register Here

Lismore – Friday June 12th 2015 – Register Here

Surry Hills – Wednesday June 17th 2015 – Register Here


12.00 - Registration & receive your device
12.15 - Changing the way we teach & learn – Discover the learning potential of Windows devices
13.00 - Meeting the needs of 21st Century Learners – Learn how to use OneNote, Class Notebook & Staff Notebook for classroom management, research, collaboration & problem solving
14.00 - Afternoon tea
14.20 - Anytime, anywhere learning – See how Office 365, Sway and Office Mix can flip your classroom, provide distance learning solutions, share resources and transform your classes
15.20 - Sneak Preview – See how Microsoft’s Surface 3 device can fire up new learning experiences
16.00 - Close

If you want to share the invitation with colleagues, there's a PDF version attached

2015 Next Level Learning invitation - PDF.pdf

Comments (1)

  1. Stacey Graham says:

    As you can see by checking the list, I attended your roadshow in Newcastle today..I was very happy with the information presented and I left with much "food for thought".. Unfortunately the Parking Garage was not in our favour…There was a  person leaving at the same time as me and we both had our credit cards rejected… due to a system malfunction. She loaned me $3 to pay cash….me, a total stranger…. we were later held up at the exit by someone trying to pay and having her credit card rejected… luckily a male attendee left his car and had her back up so that we could try to exit whilst awaiting a tradesman who was coming to assist… The lady who helped me, went there with her wallet to help them… Her name was Karen and she was from Carrington… I'd like to send her a thank you… do you know what school she was at???? If you aren't able to share that, would you be able to send a bottle of wine to Karen who attended from Carrington and I'll send you money?  Your speaker who needed to get home tonight – not Eric, the other man, was getting quite verbally anxious about his flight so he can attest that all is said was true… he was in line behind me… it was a nightmare.. If I knew who the man was, I'd suggest he get a bottle of wine too…

    Looking forward to your reply


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