Microsoft in Education: Upcoming Webinars and On-Demand Content


This year, Microsoft in Education are laying on a variety of different webinars of a diverse series of topics, all hosted by teachers and experts from all over the UK. They are all free to join, so register for as many as you’d like, and learn new tricks and trips to apply in your classroom! Don’t worry if you can’t make the live session at the time, as all of our webinars are being recorded, and will be  available on demand afterwards. These webinars are designed by teachers wanting to tell stories about how different technologies and techniques can be applied, as well as sharing best practises for personal development. Below is a list of what’s coming up, as well as the completed webinars which are available on demand right now.


Upcoming webinars

Mark McManus – The Azure Education Series – Reviewing the success of Cloud… So far (16th February 2017)
Jason Brown – It’s all about the pen! (Surface Edition) (20th February 2017)
Andrew Griggs – Imagine Academy Webinar for Non Imagine Academy Users (22nd February 2017)
Lee Thick – OneNote as a Digital Learning Hub for staff & students (28th February 2017)
Phoebe Rowbottom – Using the Surface as a teaching and learning tool (6th March 2017)
Ian Gibson – E-portfolios using Microsoft Blogs (15th March 2017)
Natalie Burgess – Assessment is for Learning Tools using Office 365 (28th March 2017)
Kevin Sait – New Intune for Education  –  Managing school devices made easy (4th April 2017)

Available on-demand

Natalie Burgess – Teaching modern languages using Office 365
Anna Kellner – Using OneNote Learning Tools to support children with additional learning requirements.
Jennifer King – MIE Trainers Programme Connection Call
Darren Currie – Teaching Citizenship and History through Minecraft
David Touretzsky – Using Kodu to Teach Reasoning About Programs
Paul Dredge – Light up your classroom with Sway
Stephen Richards – Computing across the curriculum with BBC micro:bits
Paul Watkins – The Innovative Educator’s Swiss Army Knife – the MEC
Alex Handy – Champagne and chocolates:  The fun way to launch Office 365
Paul Watkins – The Innovative Educator’s Swiss Army Knife – the Microsoft Educator Community
Stuart Ayres – A Teachers Guide to Microsoft Products 
Natalie Burgess – Digital Leaders in the Primary School
Henry Penfold – How Skype can enhance the classroom
Matt Woodruff – Tracking class progress and the effectiveness of your interventions using PowerBI
Paul Dredge – The new wonders of Office 365
James Protheroe – Using Minecraft Education to engage and inspire learners
Sarah Snowdon – Microsoft Imagine Academy Look Inside the Box

 


Register now to make sure you don’t miss out!

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