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  • Microsoft UK Teachers Blog

    A mouse without borders

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    I have not had chance to explore this in any school yet, as I have only seen it today. But, this is so fantastic that I thought I should share this piece of free software with you. I am sure like me you will see the great potential it has in school. ...
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    Using the Kinect SDK –The K Team

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    One of the many pleasures of working in Microsoft Partners in Learning is when teachers in our network spontaneous begin to collaborate. A great example of this happened recently , when five teachers began developing and sharing their ideas and developments...
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    Spread the word about Windows 7 Computers from just £95!

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    There are 9 million citizens in the UK who do not have regular access to a PC and are not enjoying the benefits of the internet. The last significant barrier to getting people connected is the cost of a PC at home. BBC research shows that everything you...
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    Au revoir Kristen !

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    It was three years ago the current UK Partners in Learning Team announced itself to the world via this blog. It was at that time Kristen joined to lead the team. You can read her first post here . That was the start of a 3 year adventure, that has resulted...
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    Partners in Learning Teacher Awards 2011

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    Last year’s award winners talking about the event We are pleased to announce we are now accepting entries for this year’s Partners In Learning Innovative Teacher Awards. These annual awards, now in their 8th year, showcase some of the...
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    Rabbit, Rabbit, #chat , chat

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    Rabbit , Rabbit, #chat Rabbit… I suspect many of you don’t know the pop song I am referencing in the title, so here’s the video from the cockney duo, Chas & Dave . The point I want to make is about the currently popularity...
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    Sixth Months, Summer Camp and Swansongs

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    It feels as though it was just yesterday when I wrote this blog post as I started a secondment to the UK Partners in Learning team. A lot can happen in sixth months and I have to say that one of the highlights has been the Summer Camp held at Microsoft’s...
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    Summer Celebrations!

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      Using Community Clips A guide to using Microsoft's free download for narrated screen capture videos - great for making "how to" guides like this!. Using Conditional Formatting in Excel 2010 This is a guide to using the conditional formatting...
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    World Wide Recognition for UK Student

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    Last week in San Diego, 15 year old Rebecca Rickwood pulled off a major shock at the 2011 Worldwide Competition on Microsoft Office. Rebecca, who was one of the youngest contenders in the field, came out on top in the annual competition which this year...
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    Wearable Technology

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    You’ve heard of wearing your heart on your sleeve? When I was in Redmond at the Partners in Learning Institute, we saw some amazing technologies in the home of the future (which I’m sworn to secrecy about – but I can say that my comment at the end of...
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