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We’re looking for top educators, ready to spread the word about the great things they are doing in the classroom from across Australia. The Microsoft Innovative Educator - Expert Program is an exclusive program created to recognise pioneer educators who are using technology to transform education.
Time to find some new apps to explore? Looking for some apps for the term ahead? Lately we are seeing more and more high quality education apps released in the Windows 8 platform. Read on and find out more about 3 great apps that are waiting for you....
Using Office 365 and OneNote with your students? Need a way to bring all those OneNote’s into one place? Need a quick way to check up on student OneNote work? The OneNote Setup Tools for teachers is your simple and free answer.
Playing with Coding with your students? Need a cool windows 8 environment to make it all happen? Sphero, solves you problem with it’s new Window 8.1 and Windows 8 phone apps. Sphero is an interactive robot (in the shape of a ball) that brings programming away from the computer and into real life.
The Microsoft Education Australia Team have been busy preparing new guides and resources to support schools.
We’re always really excited to see, share and collaborate around the innovative ways in which schools are embracing technology and integrating it into their teaching methods, so it’s a pleasure to have had the opportunity to meet with Australian education professionals at this year’s EduTech, education conference in Brisbane.
For many of us, moving to a paperless feedback and marking system can be a huge step. Drawboard PDF gives teachers and students an easy, simple way to give feedback and write on existing PDF documents.
Want to create videos of your presentation or desktop? Want to get instant snapshots of student understanding as you present content? How about implementing Flipped Classroom pedagogy but struggling to find simple tools to help you? Office Mix is just what you need.
In our fourth post in this Workflows for the Tablet Classroom series we will look at an activity that has become very popular in schools. Movie Making. Below is a short, sharp workflow to help you and your students to create stunning movies with no mess and no fuss.
Next in this series of Windows 8 Workflows for the Classroom, we will focus on creating interactive books. This is a great activity for students from Stage 2 – 6 (Year 2 – 12). Creating interactive books uses a variety of skills and develops students understanding of multimodal product creation.