Microsoft Teams in Office 365 Education is just into its second year since launching in June 2017 and is being touted as one of the best ways to further classroom engagement, strengthen professional learning communities and streamline staff communication.
Professional Development is hardly one-size-fits-all because every one of your teachers has different needs that must be met. Tackle professional development in a new way by thinking outside of the box. Try these ideas, based on what districts across the United States are doing:
Topics: Microsoft Office, Microsoft Education, Microsoft Sway, Google, Google Sheets, Google Docs, Professional Development, Google Drive, Unconferences, Personal Learning Community, Choice Boards, Personal Action Plans, Peer Observation, Microsoft OneNote
The goal of a presentation is to effectively convey information that allows the audience to remember what has been said. That being said, there are several options as to how to give a presentation, specifically for a final project. For students, presentations can be given as individuals or groups, or for educators in seminars. The best tool for the job depends on whether the presentation will be visual or verbal.
Topics: Google Education, Google Suite, Google Slides, Microsoft Education, Microsoft Powerpoint, Microsoft Office, Paperless Classroom, Professional Development, Classroom Organization, Google Drive, Open Live Writer, Microsoft, Google
We all want to be more productive, rested, calm, collected, alert, and generally amazing. Here are 30 tech tips that can help you leave the month better than you found it.
Topics: Chromebooks, Educational Technology, Educational Services, Google Suite, Microsoft Office, GSuite, Paperless Classroom, SMART Goals, Learn By Doing, Chromebooks In Schools, Technology In The Classroom, Classroom Technology, Managing Technology
As a staple of the Microsoft Office suite, PowerPoint often gets a bad rap, mostly because it’s associated with speeches, presentations, and seminars--and they aren’t always the most exciting events (to put it mildly). Since it’s estimated that PowerPoint is a key software on over one billion computers worldwide, it’s safe to say slide-based presentations aren’t going anywhere.
Topics: Microsoft Education, Microsoft Apps, Microsoft, Microsoft Powerpoint, Windows 10 For The Classroom, Apps For Education, Technology In The Classroom, Academic Technology, Educational Technology, Apps In The Classroom, Microsoft Office