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Another two weeks have passed, and it is once again time to take a look into the world of our Microsoft Expert Educators through the latest edition of the MIE Minute. Anyone familiar with the MIE Minute will know that each edition is packed full of great...
With project based learning becoming an increasingly popular method of teaching in schools and college, and group assignments commonplace in Higher Education, having a flexible and accessible collaborative environment for collating, organising, creating and editing content is of huge help to students and teachers.
This guest post comes from Gerald Haigh, and is a follow up to a previous piece looking at the concept of transformation within school, with technology being used as the main vehicle for this change.
The following post is an excerpt from a press release by Red Jumper, the team behind Book Creator, a popular classroom app that allows students and teachers to produce their own eBooks.
Often homework and other projects with require students to do their own research and collate information from a variety of sources in order to complete an assignments to their best of their capabilities. With OneNote you can conduct research in a variety of ways - from any device.
‘Transforming Learning through Tablet Computing’, run by Sandymoor School, a Microsoft Showcase School in Runcorn, together with Microsoft partner Kelway who have worked with the school on its IT environment.
One of the key challenges faced by Microsoft’s award-winning Get On programme is to inspire more women to pursue STEM subjects at college and beyond.