Accessibility Resources for Education

For more than 20 years, Microsoft has been committed to building accessibility into our products and services, and we are equally dedicated to providing accessibility resources for both students and educators. An estimated 186 million children with disabilities worldwide have not completed their primary school education. Microsoft believes accessible technology can provide educational opportunities to…

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dailyedventures blog features Joan Dalton

For anyone in this years Pilot Schools program or have had the opportunity to attend a workshop or seminar delivered by Joan, you will understand how infectious her love of learning is. Joan is one of our leading thought leaders in the development of 21st century skills, developing innovative practice and ensuring that teaching is…

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Bringing Mathematics to Life

Mathematics is commonly a subject that student engagement can be difficult to ensure and is certainly the cause of serious frustration to many students. Regardless of the constraints and difficulties of bringing a prescribed mathematics curriculum into a 21st century teaching and learning environment, there are ways to bring content to life and integrate technology…

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Game based learning

In recent years computer Games Based Learning, or playful learning has started to gain more cohesion in classrooms as a powerful learning and teaching methodology. There are so many different games and ways to bring gaming into your lessons just like Alice Leung, the 2012 Microsoft Australia Innovative teacher winner, did with her science and…

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