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  • Microsoft UK Teachers Blog

    Free Stuff from Microsoft #3– Ribbon Hero & the sequel Ribbon Hero 2

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    A Ribbon Hero enthusiast At our recent Easter Camp one of the most warmly received free applications was Ribbon Hero . This simple plug-in for Microsoft Office 2007 and 2010 uses a ‘game format’ to test and improve your skills in using...
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    Space to Learn

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    Some teachers and learners find themselves in environments that are less than ideal for learning. Teachers who are inspirational will inspire, whatever their environment and some teachers in inspirational spaces will fail to make the most of their learning...
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    Spring has Sprung

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    Spring has well and truly sprung in the Microsoft offices in Reading this week, with the arrival of the very first Easter Camp for teachers. 20 teachers, mostly from schools taking part in our Innovative Schools programme, have been taking part in a professional...
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    Free stuff from Microsoft #2 – ICE , ICE , Baby!

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    Microsoft Image Composite Editor or ICE for short, is one of those applications that doesn’t immediately spring to mind has having a role in the classroom. But it is a ideal for students to record places, geographical features and with it’s...
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    Getting started with Live@edu – Roundup 1

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    James Marshall, from the Live@Edu team, tells us more about how to get started…. Ever wondered how to get the best out of the Outlook Web App in Live@edu? Over on the UK Live@edu team blog this week we’ve been posting short videos that...
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    By Teachers, For Teachers

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    One of the most powerful tools in our own professional development is other teachers. Professional generosity – sharing ideas and feedback with our colleagues - helps us move forward in our own practice. It helps us tweak, refine and improve what we are...
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    Is Education still broken?

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    Recently I have noticed a shift in conversations, news reports and meetings in terms of talking about giving our students an education that is fit for the 21st century. Chris Lehmann in this video speaks about a ‘learning revolution’, where...
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    Free Stuff from Microsoft #1 – Simples!

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    It’s been two weeks since the Microsoft Partners in Learning European Forum in Moscow, it’s only now I have had time to reflect and despite all the positives from that event, there is was one thing that frustrated me. Which was teachers not knowing about...
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    Thinking of starting a blog - Microsoft Live Writer, a simple workshop

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    With the increasing popularity of blogging in schools, Microsoft Live Writer is a tool that makes the whole process very simple and intuitive. Microsoft Live Writer is part of the Windows Live Essentials free downloads and is just one of a family of very...
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