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As more and more educational spaces get access to Office 365, we are all looking for guidelines and easy ideas for use in our classrooms. Over the next couple of weeks we will highlight the top tips for getting your Office 365 world humming along with ease.
Hearing more about the use of OneNote in the classroom? Need to extend your current use? Here is the perfect list for your next OneNote discovery.
Want to create games in your classroom? No idea where to start? Want to use a cool interface that is guaranteed to engage students aged 10 and up? Project Spark is going to change your world.
What happens when you bring some of Australia’s most innovative educators together? Well, the Microsoft education team in Australia & New Zealand
I’ve been using a Surface Pro 3 since late July. I have the i5, 8GB device, and I love it. Below are some of the reasons why I love the Surface Pro 3, and why it's a killer device for educators and students.
Say hello to Sway! Sway is an entirely different way to express yourself and bring your ideas to life. When your ideas are born, you want to explore, visualize and share them—quickly and easily, wherever you happen to be, and on whatever device you have.
Peer Coaching is a professional learning program that supports integration of 21st Century Skills into programming and learning activities.
We hear and see more often the importance of giving feedback in timely and regular ways. Short of carrying home bags and bags of books, how can we give good, responsive feedback easily? Microsoft OneNote is your answer.
Flipping your classroom? Creating screencasts on expensive software? Want learning analytics to inform your lesson planning? Office Mix really is the key to making your workflows easy and effective.
Wondering how Office 365 can enhance classroom practice? Office 365 has great potential to open collaborative and personalised learning practices. Below are two use case scenarios that show how Office 365 can enhance for Assessment and Feedback, and Student ePortfolio strategies in the classroom