Category: Best Practices

Save the date for our next TweetMeet on March 21.

TweetMeet on #MakeWhatsNext: Join #MSFTEduChat live from #E2 on Mar. 21

Is that a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s our next #MSFTEduChat TweetMeet taking flight! On March 21st at 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. PDT, we’ll be LIVE on Twitter from E² with Educator Super Heroes discussing how students can be empowered to #MakeWhatsNext with technology. For this upcoming #MSFTEduChat, we’ll be joined by eight exceptional hosts, live from E² in... Read more

Students collaborating on a Windows device.

3 ways to get started with Windows Ink

Microsoft Education provides teachers with 21st century tools that offer powerful new ways to engage and inspire students.  Windows Ink is just one useful tool to have in hand for students looking to improve creativity, comprehension, and learning outcomes. With Windows Ink, it can spark up to 36 percent increases in favorable STEM outcomes alone. To get you started within... Read more

Attendees of the Microsoft Education Exchange

Join us live for the Microsoft Education Exchange on March 22nd

As Microsoft welcomes 300 Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts to the annual Microsoft Education Exchange E², taking place in Toronto, Canada, from March 21 to March 23, we are delighted to invite you to join thousands of educators and view the live, online broadcast on Wednesday, March 22nd! Each year, E² offers unparalleled opportunities for educators to collaborate,... Read more

Dr. Grissom pictured with a large OneNote mind map.

10 best uses for OneNote in your teaching and learning

The more you learn about OneNote, the more likely you are to embrace it as one of the best teaching and learning tools available today. OneNote is often described as a digital 3-ring binder, or considered to be the Swiss Army Knife of note-taking. That description covers the basics, but over the years OneNote has gained many new features designed with education in mind. It... Read more

4 slices of STEM to get you ready for Pi Day

4 slices of STEM to get you ready for Pi Day

Blueberry, apple, pumpkin … try not to get too distracted by flavorful thoughts as we talk about the other, less edible kind of Pi. This mathematical constant, the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, has long been celebrated by civilizations of the past and present. It is a key mathematical expression used in technology, engineering, and sciences. Pi is... Read more

Save the date for the next TweetMeet, Mar. 7

TweetMeet on Personalized Learning: Join #OneNoteQ on Mar. 7

Did purple cape envy bring you here, or are you just curious to learn more about OneNote? Either way, we’ve got a new TweetMeet for you! On March 7th at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. PST, we’ll explore Personalized Learning. Educators will also discuss how they're using OneNote to improve student outcomes in class. For this upcoming #OneNoteQ conversation, we'll be honored to... Read more