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To help teachers and IT managers with the transition to Windows 10 over the coming months, earlier this week we shared the first in a number of tutorials for Windows 10 from the Microsoft in Education YouTube channel, led by members of our Expert Educator community. Today we're going to look at the next video in this series, which explores some of the familiarities that teachers and student will find in Windows 10 based on their previous experiences with Windows operating systems.
On Mix for Teachers you'll find a section dedicated to Flipped Learning, which compares a number of scenarios and looks at the way in which Office Mix can enhance the learning practices.
For any teachers or IT staff that are looking to upgrade to Windows 10 in the next few weeks, we are pleased to share a number of tutorial videos with you, which are presented by members of the Microsoft Innovative Educator network.
Connect with people, express yourself, and discover more about the things you love with the Twitter app for Windows 10. Twitter for Windows 10 is a Universal Windows App that features a new media rich timeline and shows you photos and Vine videos.
Educators are always on the lookout for new and engaging ways to teach their students and provide them with meaningful and assistive feedback. One of the newer ways in which educators can enhance their source materials and bring their subjects to life is by using Office Mix.
One of the more recent additions to Office 365 is Sway, a creative medium that allows students to illustrate and express their ideas in a fun, interactive way and then very simply share them with their classmates, teacher and parents. First available as a preview towards the end of 2014, we’ve already seen lots of fantastic examples of Sways created by schools and universities all over the country, and we’re now pleased to be able to share this latest update from the Sway team, containing information about general availability, the Windows 10 Sway app, and more…
Teachers need efficient ways to collect student data. A flexible, powerful tool that can be used for a variety of different purposes, Excel Surveys provide an easy way for teachers to quickly and easily create and distribute feedback and assessment surveys from directly within the Office 365 environment.Teachers need efficient ways to collect student data. A flexible, powerful tool that can be used for a variety of different purposes, Excel Surveys provide an easy way for teachers to quickly and easily create and distribute feedback and assessment surveys from directly within the Office 365 environment.
Throughout the month of August Microsoft will be running a series of webinars providing IT managers within Education insight into a several key aspects of Azure, and an opportunity to hear from one of our partners with extensive experience in delivering Azure-based solutions in academic scenarios.
Last week we shared a post from the Microsoft in Education blog that looks forward to some of the ways in which the latest version of our operating system will impact learners and educators of all ages, and now we’re pleased to be sharing another post that outlines some more of what’s new in Windows 10.
Focussing on the new features coming to OneNote Class Notebooks and OneNote Staff Notebooks, along with the future roadmap for the notebooks, the OneNote Class Notebooks for IT Admins webcasts will provide you with valuable information, and the opportunity to engage in an open Q&A with the OneNote engineering team on IT Admin and deployment topics.