Hack The Classroom is back! On Saturday 24th September educators from all over the world will come together to share ideas, experiences, insights and conversation, as the education community as a whole looks to drive further innovation in the classroom through the use of technology. The theme for this live event will be “small steps to big impact”, and joining host Anthony Salcito is a line-up of exciting industry speakers and trailblazing educators, featuring many hacks created by teachers from around the world.
In any given class of students, there may well be some learners with individual difficulties. They may be physical impairments related to vision, problems with hearing, or other mental struggles that make it harder for them to understand and engage with different communication mediums or particular aspects of day to day classroom activities. Not only…
This month the OneNote team is pleased to release new capabilities to enhance inking, clipping content from the web and working with others. We have a lot of great things to share with you, so let’s dive right in.
Windows 10 launched on 29th July 2015, almost a year ago to the day. Upon launch we also announced that users of qualified Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 devices could upgrade to Windows 10 in the first year following the official launch. We’re here to remind you that the deadline is approaching, and time is running out for you and your school to receive your free upgrade.
As OneNote Class Notebooks become more popular, we’re often asked how a student or teacher can take their digital books with them when leaving school. Students graduate or change schools and would like to be able to bring the portfolio of work with them. Teachers change schools or take on a new role and also want to keep their Class Notebooks. Based on talking to lots of teachers and students, we launched the new “Save a copy” feature for Class Notebooks.
All young people will have different aims and ambitions that they wish to fulfil in their future, whether they be career aspirations, buying their own home, starting a family, traveling the world or even launching their own business. However, one of the most restrictive factors upon these life goals is the level of debt facing…
The following article features in the July issue of the #TheFeed, which is out now: #TheFeed – Issue 7 – July2016—Tim Bush Docs.com Office 365 Roadmap Office 365 is available to students and teachers at no cost through their academic institution. Visit Office in education to check eligibility and to download onto multiple devices. When…
When it comes to building a bibliography and citing sources, students are often stumped, finding the process frustrating overall. Given it’s a fundamental element within all stages of one’s education, it becomes all the more important to highlight tools that can improve students grades and confidence when citing a wide range of sources.
As part of Microsoft’s mission to empower every educator and every student to achieve more, we have outlined both a framework and process to effectively help school leaders create whole school transformation. The Microsoft Education Transformation Process is a proven, comprehensive process that can help fast track system-wide transformation by summarizing decades of quality research.
The 2016 UK Final of the MOS World Championship was held on Wednesday June 15 at Microsoft UK’s Paddington Office in Central London. It was a fantastic day at Microsoft’s Showcase Classroom with the UK Finalists taking their UK Final MOS Exams and hearing from Microsoft, Certiport and Prodigy Learning representatives.