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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.
Microsoft in Education is excited to announce the next #MSFTEdu Tweetmeet with Chris Pratley!
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.
Recently, schools within the Northampton Primary Academy Trust have been working together on a series of project based learning initiatives based upon the Enchanted Kingdom eBook.
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’ was 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.
For this week’s MIEE TV blog post we’ve got a special topic, involving national recognition for one of our Expert Educators and the work they do using technology to engage their students.