Artificial Intelligence In The Classroom

This article first appeared in the Interface Magazine March 2018 edition and has been republished with the kind permission of the editors of Interface. You can see the rest of the great articles here. This is a guest post by Sam McNeill. It is an exercise in stating the obvious to say we are living in a rapidly…

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Australian universities are getting creative with digital. Here’s how.

Summary: Digital technology is transforming the higher education landscape in Australia to provide for a more inclusive and flexible learning experience. Australia’s higher education landscape is experiencing unprecedented change – for the better and for the benefit of the future generation. Recent research by Harvard Business Review Analytics Services reveals that only a mere 7%…

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Australian Education Case Studies Update – November 2015

One question that I’m asked frequently about new projects is: “Who else is doing this?” In some cases, what people (partners/customers) are looking for is confirmation that they’re going to be at the innovative edge – and that what they are doing hasn’t been done before. But most of the time, they are looking for…

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OneNote, SmartBoard and students with autism

Our global Office blog recently published an excellent article from a teacher in the US, sharing their experiences of using OneNote for students with autism. They found it supported their use of tablets and interactive whiteboards in the classroom, with the OneNote notebook allowing students with autism to engage in interactive exercises, and bringing together…

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OneNote for Learning – Microsoft Hackathon 2015 winner

During the last week of July Microsoft employees around the world participated in our //oneweek Hackathon, where teams create projects with technology to solve small and big problems. Some of the ideas are just fun things that go nowhere, and others end up being built into products that you then end up using. It’s volunteering…

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How to help students remember more

My colleague Travis Smith is an ex-deputy principal, and an enthusiastic pedagogue. His time is spent obsessing about how to enhance teaching and learning with technology, and the ways that it can support deeper learning by students. One challenge is that we need to focus on helping students remember more of what they are taught,…

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