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Every now and then we share the views of Anthony Salcito, Microsoft Worldwide VP for Education, via his Daily Edventures blog. Recently he caught up with UK MIEE Mark Martin (aka The Urban Teacher) while the two were attending the Microsoft E2 Global Educator Exchange event in Redmond.
For a long time now, technology has helped teachers and students to do the things they have always done – instruct, listen, question, use resources, plan, set work, complete and mark it and handle the resulting assessments...
There are just five dates left on the Microsoft Showcase Classroom Regional Roadshow – the next being at our London HQ in Victoria – and to show you what you could be experiencing, here is a video illustrating the what teachers and school leaders can get out of a session learning all about Windows 8 devices:
The following eBook looks at how a 1:1 strategy can be successfully and considerately deployed within schools and colleges, enabling both teachers and students get the most out of devices in education.
The following eBook contains advice and guidance on a number of different topics and resources that will help with teaching Computer Science in the National Curriculum.
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