BETT 2017 – Microsoft Learn Live Theatre and Showcase Classroom Session Schedule

Now that the festive holidays are behind us, there’s one thing for us to look forward to… BETT 2017! We’re pleased to share the schedules for our Learn Live Theatre and Showcase Classroom sessions. BETT allows us at Microsoft to connect with the broader education community. It allows our Education to team to connect with…


Showcase Classroom FAQs – Demonstrating learning through Sway

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We have seen thousands of educators, colleges and universities come through the Showcase Classroom, each at a different stage in their journey of digital transformation, and in every session we are asked a range of questions about our technology and how it can make a real impact in the classroom. These questions and discussions will form the basis of our Showcase Classroom blog series, where we will be sharing the insights, experiences, tips & tricks and more, from those who pass through the Showcase Classroom.


Imagine Academy – providing digital skills, curricula & certifications to teachers, students and staff

The following post is from Anthony Nneke, Education Business Manager at Microsoft UK. Anthony leads on the Imagine Academy on behalf of the Microsoft UK Education team. What does Microsoft Offer In relation to Professional Development and Digital Skills for Institutions? Teacher Capacity is a crucial factor in driving success in classrooms around the world. At Microsoft,…


BETT 2017 Guest Post: “2017 – the Year of Education Data Unification?” – Matthew Woodruff, Coscole Ltd

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All throughout January as we move towards BETT 2017, we will be sharing a number of guest posts that feature contributions from Microsoft Partners who are exhibiting, Microsoft Showcase Schools, MIEEs, Teacher Ambassadors or Microsoft product specialists. Today we are pleased to hear from Matthew Woodruff, who many of you will have seen presenting on the Microsoft Stand last year.


#MIEExpert Blog Post: How OneNote has become integral to learning at St Mungo’s High School

Our OneNote journey at St Mungo’s RC High School in Scotland started in early 2015 when a few “early adopter” teachers started using the OneNote Class Notebook app when it became available on the waffle menu through our Glow (Scottish schools intranet) sign-in. Word soon spread about what a fantastic tool we had available to us…