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  • Microsoft UK Teachers Blog

    For all you technology teachers out there

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    We may have a conference for you. (Let me just clarify something, because it confused me at first. This conference is for teachers interested in Computing – how computers work and how to program them, rather than ICT – how to use computers. If you...
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    Planning ahead for next year – take part in The Climate Mystery

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    I know, I know – with the near summer weather we’ve had until recently (at least here in SE England), it’s difficult to think of anything but summer holiday. In this post, however, I’m going to ask you to think past your long-awaited and much-deserved...
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    Create your own E-Learning

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    Many secondary schools I visit are busy creating comprehensive libraries of content to support their students' learning. This content is often shared across a learning platform of some kind. It’s not really my field of expertise, being a primary school...
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    The Rookies – Kids show us just how it is done.

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    ";" mce_src="http://blogs.msdn.com/blogfiles/teachers/WindowsLiveWriter/TheRookies_9A5B/video1fdda2d319b7.jpg" galleryimg="no"> Sam, aged 7 , Is a PC! Microsoft has some great adverts running at the moment, where kids show how easy it is to use...
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    FREE download of Microsoft AutoCollage for Educators on the ITN

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    You may not have realised it, but some of the cool pictures that Stuart and I have been posting on this blog (well, ok, mostly Stuart) have been created with Microsoft AutoCollage. AutoCollage was brought to us by the amazing minds at Microsoft Research...
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    Ever had that bloated feeling?

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    Have you seen those yoghurts that contain an unpronounceable micro-organism that has a beneficial effect on the well being of your digestive system? Stay with me here and you will see where this is going. A recent experience -- not with yoghurt I hasten...
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    The Death of PowerPoint?

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    ";" mce_src="http://blogs.msdn.com/blogfiles/teachers/WindowsLiveWriter/TheDeathofPowerpoint_D3F6/videoa3bf1bf08ddc.jpg" galleryimg="no"> Is it really the fault of Powerpoint? Recently, I've had a number of requests from schools for ‘something...
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    The dreaded software upgrade

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    Don’t you hate it when you finally get comfortable with a piece of software and some genius makes you upgrade to a newer and “better” version? You’ve just reached the point at which you can use the tools efficiently to do your work, you know where all...
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    It could be you next year!

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    View Full Album This is our final post about Innovative Teachers Forum in Vienna. This event has been the most successful yet for UK Teachers and the UK Innovative Teachers team. It follows on from our most successful UK Innovative Teachers Forum ever...
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    Free DreamSpark software downloads for school students

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    This is one of those “Are you sure? Really sure?” blog posts. Where somebody tells you something, and you ask “Are you sure? Really sure?” We have announced that the DreamSpark programme is now open for school students. DreamSpark allows students to...
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