After a short break for half-term, our series of live and on-demand webinars led by teachers continues this week with a session hosted by Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Paul Dredge, as he demonstrates how Sway can enhance learning.
Register now: Light up your classroom with Sway – 8pm Wednesday November 2nd
During the half hour session you will be given an overview of how to use the app, and a variety of other tips and tricks for using Sway in your classroom, as well as a live demonstration and tutorial.
If you are unable able to join Paul on Wednesday, you can still register and watch the webinar at a later date, as the recording becomes available on-demand.
Finding the right medium to channel the creativity of students can have a significant impact on how enthusiastically they engage with different subjects and go about working on projects, which will ultimately affect how well they are able to understand the principles being taught and later put them into practice.
One of the newer ways for students – and teachers – to arrange and present work is Sway. A free app from Microsoft Office, Sway lets you create and share interactive reports, presentations, personal stories, newsletters, vacation memories, school and work projects, and more.
Here’s an example of a Sway by #MIEExpert Sarah Clark:
Throughout the duration of the school year will be covering a variety of topics, sharing experiences and stories around using different technologies and techniques in the classroom. These webinars are designed to help educators with their own personal development, and share best practices and innovative ideas for how Microsoft and other technologies can impact classroom activities and learning outcomes in a number of classroom situations and educational scenarios.
We appreciate that it’s not always possible for people to join us for the live sessions, however all of the webinars will be recorded, and the content will be available on-demand for you to revisit at a more convenient time.