Last week we kicked off our series of on-line webinar led by teachers, with a session hosted by Microsoft Teacher Ambassador Natalie Burgess, and yesterday we held the second weekly session, delivered by #MIEExpert Anna Kellner.
We appreciate that it’s not always possible for people to join us for the live sessions, but we’re recording all of these webinars, and the content is available on-demand for you to watch at a more convenient time.
If you missed either of these sessions, or want to go over the content again, each webinar can be accessed by clicking the appropriate links below. Attendees will also receive a voucher code that counts towards personal development badges on the Microsoft Educator Community (found at the end of each webinar).
VIEW WEBINAR: Teaching modern languages using Office 365
Join Microsoft Teacher Ambassador Natalie Burgess as she demonstrates how she has used Office 365 to teach primary school students modern languages, and takes you through the easy steps that will allow you to do the same in your classroom.
- Introduction to Teacher Ambassador Natalie Burgess
- Demonstration and classroom story
- How to create your own lessons in OneNote
VIEW WEBINAR: Using OneNote Learning Tools to support children with additional learning requirements
In line with Dyslexia Awareness Week, this webinar hosted by Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Anna Kellner will demonstrate how to use OneNote Learning Tools & Class Notebooks to support students with additional learning requirements. During the half hour session you will be given an overview of how to use the Learning Tools, and a variety of other tips and tricks for using OneNote in your classroom.
- Introduction to Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Anna Kellner
- Using the Learning Tools add-in
- Using the Class Notebook
- Other tips in OneNote
- Introduction to MEC and exclusive voucher code
We have plenty more webinars planned for the coming weeks and months, and we’ll be sharing details very soon, so keep an eye on this blog and our social media channels.