Surface Laptop, Windows 10 S, Minecraft Code Builder, and all the news from yesterday’s live #MicrosoftEDU event


Those of you who tuned in to yesterday's #MicrosoftEDU live stream from New York or caught up later on will have learned all about the latest product, platform and partner news and announcements from Microsoft in Education. There was plenty of ground covered including the first look at Windows 10 S, an exploration of Microsoft Teams for Education, exciting developments with the Minecraft: Education Edition Code Builder, partner news on 3D and mixed reality devices and of course the unveiling of our own brand new hardware in the Surface Laptop.

The full #MicrosoftEDU Learn What's Next event can be watched on demand, but to help educators and students understand more about everything covered yesterday, Anthony Salcito (Microsoft VP Worldwide Education) has written the following blog post:

Where to start and what to know about Microsoft Education’s new experiences

The post contains further links and resources to help you get started, and breaks yesterday's news down into five key actions:

1. Find affordable, easily set-up devices powered by Windows 10 S
2. Create collaborative classrooms with Microsoft Teams
3. Create and learn in Minecraft: Education Edition with Code Builder
4. Discover new experiences to spark creativity
5. #HacktheClassroom through hands-on lesson plans and a live ISTE event

These points are all explored in greater detail, and come with links to further resources and information, including:

Learn more about devices powered by Windows 10 S:

Learn more about the new Surface Laptop:

Build, craft and collaborate with Minecraft: Education Edition:

Read more about Microsoft Teams in Office 365 for Education:

Realize your ideas and creations in Paint 3D:

Download free Hacking STEM lesson plans:

Attend a STEM Saturday event at select Microsoft Store locations for parents, student and teachers. Learn more here:

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