Looking back to move forward: A process for whole-school transformation

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.


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Keeping up with Microsoft in Education can be tricky. Every month we have experiences and events, device updates, Office 365 development, a wealth of new resources and so much more. Being an educator means you have infinite demands and limited time, so we at Microsoft have tried to make it as easy as possible for…


OneNote in Education eBook – Chapter 8: OneNote for the teacher and administrator – OneNote Staff Notebook

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Over the past few weeks, we have been exploring our OneNote in Education eBook through a series of blog posts which delve into the individual chapters in more detail. The eBook was created with the help of Emma Hicks, a #MIEExpert, and explores the ways in which teaching and learning can be enhanced through the use…


New Resources for Educators and School Leaders Available Today

The following post first appeared on the Microsoft in Education blog on Monday November 16th — New Resources for Educators and School Leaders Available Today By Anthony Salcito, vice president, Microsoft Education To the community of 100 million players around the world, Minecraft represents many things – creativity, strategy, collaboration and survival, just to name…


UK Imagine Cup Finalist Konstantin Delov looks at the opportunities available with free Azure for Students

Imagine Cup is a global student technology program and competition that provides opportunities for students across all disciplines to team up and use their creativity, passion and knowledge of technology to create applications, games and integrates solutions that can change the way we live, work and play. Konstantin Delov is an Exeter University student and…


Windows 10 Countdown: Do multiple things at once with Windows 10

With now only two days until the launch of Windows 10, we’re continuing our look at some of the new and improved features that users can expect to enjoy once they update from Wednesday onwards. A regular task in the life of any student or teacher is researching and working on projects, often involving switching…


MOS UK Finals this Wednesday – second group of qualifiers announced

Proficiency in ICT is a skill-set that permeates into the way students work, elevating their ability and progress in many other subjects, and the importance of 21 century skills in the workplace and the emphasis placed on them by employers is increasingly apparent. Recently we shared the story of a student from Wales whose MOS…


Sharing Revision Hacks with King’s College, London

We recently headed to King’s College, London to showcase free Office 365 to students in final preparations for their summer exams. Throughout the day we helped students understand the real benefits of using the latest Office applications during what can be a stressful period of the academic year. From using OneNote to clip and search…


By the Numbers: Microsoft’s Impact on Education [INFOGRAPHIC]

The following is a re-post from the global Microsoft in Education blog: By the Numbers: Microsoft’s Impact on Education   From teachers and school leaders to governments and communities around the globe, a massive effort is underway to modernize and transform education. This transformation is a long journey, full of unexpected twists and turns, lessons…


Work towards M.Ed qualifications through Microsoft, Tablet Academy and Lamar University global partnership

Microsoft has recently announced a global partnership with Lamar University, the largest teacher training University in the United States, in order for  teachers world-wide to gain post-graduate academic recognition for their participation in continued personal development courses provided by Microsoft. The programme has been developed with the combined efforts of Professors George Saltsman and Steve…