Microsoft Teacher Ambassador and #MIEExpert Webinars


We are hosting a series of online webinars led by teachers throughout the duration of the school year, covering a variety of topics, sharing their 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.

As well as the upcoming live sessions, the completed webinars are recorded and available for you to watch at a more convenient time. Follow the links below to register for a live session in the future, or to access on-demand content.


Upcoming

 

John Cowell - A "BBC micro:bit“ Computer Science Christmas project (Mon 12th Dec 2016)

Natalie Burgess - Digital Leaders in the Primary School (Tue 10th Jan 2017)

Henry Penfold - How Skype can enhance the classroom (Wed 1st Feb 2017)

TBC (w/c 6th Feb 2017)

TBC (w/c 13th Feb 2017)

Jason Brown - It's all about the pen! (Surface Edition) (Mon 20th Feb 2017)

Lee Whitmarsh - OneNote as a Digital Learning Hub for staff & students (Tue 28th Feb 2017)

Phoebe Rowbottom - Using Surface as a teaching and learning tool (Mon 6th Mar 2017)

Natalie Burgess - Assessment is for Learning Tools using Office 365 (Tue 28th Mar 2017)


More webinars will be added in due course, so keep checking this page for further updates!


Available On-Demand - WATCH NOW!

 

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
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