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I spend a lot of time discussing with teachers and schools the pro and cons of various operating systems, devices and services. But in reality they are not the ‘end customer’. I am lucky to have an ASUS VivoTab Note 8 device, which I am happy to loan to the real experts, Students.
We often say here at Daily Edventures that behind every great student is a great teacher. And in the case of the @OffPerts (Microsoft Office Experts) – the students from the Saltash.net Community School in Cornwall, England who provided an inspiring and necessary student voice at the 2014 Global Forum – this couldn’t be more true.
After Scott and his student’s success at the Global Forum in March , he has gone on to achieve further and well deserved recognition . Scott, of Saltash.net Community School, has been announced as a Silver Teaching Award Winner in the category of Outstanding use of Technology in Education
Last week saw a 100 students and their teachers attend the 2nd annual Koduthon, hosted at Microsoft Headquarters in Reading. Armed with their laptops and tablets they were charged with developing virtual fish tanks, creating artificial intelligence beings in Kodu, using simple algorithms.
Readers of this blog will know what a fan I am of PowerPoint – You may have read my Power-Up series . But, with all the talk of Devices , Apps, Services and Computing. We have not forgotten one of the greatest and most versatile applications ever created.
It is with great pleasure and excitement that Microsoft announce their first trial to connect students across the country with Microsoft interns using Microsoft Lync technology. We aim to share insider tips and provide students with an insight into our experiences applying to Microsoft, our journey, opportunities for students at Microsoft and a Q&A session.