Category: Office 365 and Education

An educator uses OneNote on her Windows device.

Extra Credits: OneNote updated with new LMS integration, Researcher and stickers

Extra Credits rounds up the latest stories on innovative educational endeavors coming from other parts of Microsoft and the world. This entry highlights new additions to OneNote Class Notebook, including wider Learning Management System integration, Researcher in OneNote for seeking out verified information, and fun stickers. Excerpt:   Find credible sources and... Read more

Bear Creek Middle School students collaborate in class with Microsoft Teams.

Immersive classroom experience in Microsoft Teams rolling out to Office 365 for Education customers worldwide

Microsoft Teams is poised to empower students, educators and staff virtually everywhere, with new features rolling out across 181 markets and in 25 different languages. The latest experiences in Microsoft Teams, the digital hub for teachers and students in Office 365 for Education, are designed to help schools achieve more together: by fostering deeply engaged classrooms,... Read more

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See What’s New in EDU from Microsoft in June

June updates are now live: What’s new from Microsoft Education Products and Communities   We’ve received great feedback from educators and administrators on what they’re looking for to improve teaching and student learning. What we found was a need for constantly updated information, and guidance on the latest product and feature updates to keep classroom... Read more

Students working diligently on their Microsoft Windows devices.

Bear Creek Middle School learning outcomes improve with the help of OneNote Class Notebooks and Office 365

Throughout this school year, Bear Creek Middle School has built on its grass-roots approach to technology integration with the use of OneNote.  The Bear Creek Instructional Team has worked from a strategically designed foundation for technology integration practices, relying on Microsoft Education tools. As mentioned in the previous blog, teachers have engaged in year-long... Read more

A young student reads text with Immersive Reader in OneNote on his Surface Pro 4.

Struggling 1st grade readers improve with the help of OneNote Learning Tools

I teach first grade. But even if I taught 6th grade or high school, if a child struggles with comprehension and fluency, chances are that the student cannot recognize basic sight words. Just think about this for a moment. If a child cannot read the high frequency words (for example, Fry words or Dolch words), how can he or she remember what the sentence is saying while they... Read more

An educator waves at a classroom through an on-screen Skype video call.

Going global with learning projects and finding the right tool to help

After more than 11 years of experience, my concept of teaching has changed a lot. When I started in education, I thought teaching meant providing knowledge from textbooks to students. But thanks to working with fellow Microsoft Innovative Educators, I am energized to do more than provide knowledge. Now I want to inspire learning and future-ready skills, right here from Ho Chi... Read more