If you are looking to develop your teaching and learning through great training resources and opportunities to share best practice, then look no further. On Thursday 5th May, Mike Tholfsen, OneNote Programme Manager, and Stuart Ball, Partners in Learning lead at Microsoft UK, will be delivering a webinar to update you with exciting news and updates from Microsoft in Education and guide you through how to kick start your training and CPD.
What updates can you expect to hear about?
This webinar will cover the latest and greatest tips and tricks for OneNote. If you don’t already know what OneNote is and how it can be used in education, then Mike will be covering this off from the basics as he takes you through the application itself and the free add-ons available to you, such as OneNote Class Notebook.
There have also been recent additions to the offering, such as Learning Tools. In the webinar you can find out what this is and how it is going to improve the learning outcomes for students who may need further support in their learning. As well as this, Mike will also be covering off the latest upcoming activities and advancements that Microsoft in Education is doing for teachers, students and staff to empower them all to achieve more.
You will also be able to take learning into your own hands following this webinar, as Stuart guides you through where you can access further OneNote training on the Microsoft Educator Community – a one stop destination for everything you need to get started with your teaching training and CPD.
The webinar will take place on 5th May from 4pm – 5pm. During the discussion, you can expect to:
- Hear about the latest updates and advancements in OneNote
- Find out more about how Microsoft in the Classroom will improve teaching, learning and management of the classroom
- Explore the site in a live environment (make sure you sign up before the webinar)
- Take a simple course to get you started
- Look at how to implement this professional development for maximum impact in your school
- Find out how educators can become certified
Head to education.microsoft.com to get registered, then be sure to join the Microsoft Educator Community webinar to kick-start your training and CPD.
Use this link to join the webinar at 4pm on 5th May
(Please note: click on the link above to get the Skype for Business client or dial in. Personal Skype accounts won’t work.)