Lift off this coming academic year with superb training free from Microsoft

Mark Anderson is a former teacher and school leader and now award-winning author, blogger, speaker, thought-leader and trainer around all things to do with teaching, learning and effective use of technology in the classroom. Mark firmly believes that education is a force for good and under his moniker of the ICT Evangelist he strives to…

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DLD College London aspire to lead the way with Microsoft in Education

MIEE Guest Blog Post- Saqib Safdar “I enjoy using technology to encourage self-paced learning, creativity and independent thinking skills. I first became interested in technology in education when I saw how online collaboration for problem solving can be used to develop what Vygotsky calls the ‘Zone of Proximal Development’. I have spent over a decade…

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Upcoming Events @MicrosoftEdu UK

Microsoft UK are dedicated to ensuring educators are up to date with the latest and greatest in Microsoft technologies and solutions for Education. Here are some of the latest news announcements and upcoming events happening this month! LGFL MCE Training Sessions Improving Accessibility and Supporting Students with Additional Needs – 12th June If you are…

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Make lifelong connections in the Microsoft Educator Community

Are you a teacher striving to find new ways to engage your students? If you’d like to connect with a global, professional learning community of other teachers, just like yourself, who are constantly pushing the boundaries of what a classroom looks and feels like then simply follow the three simple steps below:  1. Join the…

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First Steps into Artificial Intelligence

The notion of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not a new one, in the modern day you’re using AI everyday. However when it comes to Education, AI becomes more of a new concept for educators to understand. Technology and AI is going to empower and enable schools and teachers to do more than ever before, therefore…

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Agility and Feedback with OneNote

Educators are constantly assessing their students on content knowledge. We often walk around the classroom to see where students are at, whole class probe, and commonly use “exit tickets” as a strategy for formative assessment. The process can feel both repetitive and limiting. Thankfully, all of this can be done without the educator being “trapped”…


New to Office 365? Get trained on the MEC

If you’re new to Office 365 then we have the perfect course on the Microsoft Educator Community for you and your staff! This quick and simple course is a fantastic introduction to Office 365 online and gives practical tips and tricks for the use of Office 365 on any device.       Streamline efficiency…

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The Microsoft Education Roadshow is back!

Here’s what to expect and how to sign up! What is the Microsoft Education Roadshow? The Microsoft UK Education Roadshow will help fulfil our mission to empower the students and teachers of today to create the world of tomorrow. With over 100 events taking place across the UK in 2017 and 2018, this is the…

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Provide your students with Future Ready Skills with Imagine Academy

Written by Microsoft Learning Consultant, Liz Wilson The world is changing and so are the skills our students will need to succeed in their futures. Microsoft Imagine Academy provides an up to date curriculum, with corresponding resources, to train students in Microsoft products and technologies. Through this curriculum, students gain essential skills that will ensure…

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What’s the difference between OneNote and OneNote 2016?

One of the most commonly asked questions when delivering training on OneNote is ‘which version should I use?’ The aim of this blog post is to dispel the confusion and explain the differences between the two apps to help you decide which version of OneNote is the best choice for you. The below information is…

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