Tag: Education Technology

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Microsoft Education Webinar Series

Check out our webinars aimed at school educators and IT managers. The Inclusive Classroom Presented by: Troy Waller Register to watch on demand:  The Inclusive Classroom Webinar Microsoft's mission is to empower all people and all organisations to achieve more. The classroom is no different. Microsoft Windows and Windows-based applications like Office, together with... Read more

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Cloud streamlines teaching and learning at St Joseph’s

Matthew Gausden took up the reins as director of ICT at St Joseph’s College, Gregory Terrace a mere 141 years after the school first opened its doors. Since it was founded the school has focused on producing generations of young men filled with knowledge, humility and wisdom. In the 21st Century the tools available to achieve that are radically different than they were in... Read more

Kearnan College students learn skills to ensure they thrive in the classroom and beyond

  Kearnan College has almost 450 students spread across Kindergarten to Year 12. Located in Manjimup, 300 Km south of Perth, the school has a relatively large catchment area and many older students travel by bus, some for over an hour. Mindful that today’s students’ learning horizons need to extend beyond the four walls of the classroom, and be more flexible, the... Read more

Getting Started with Microsoft in the Classroom

Want to get started with Microsoft in the classroom? We've pulled together a list of upcoming training sessions hosted by Microsoft Learning Design Specialists Troy Waller & Megan Townes. In these session you will get to know how you can make the most of Microsoft in your classroom. Getting Started with Office 365 Tuesday 4th September 2018, 8:00-9.30PM AEST This online... Read more

Creativity and Code: Here’s how to join them in your classroom

Can coding be fun? It should be, according to a leading lesson developer for Australian schools. Pip Cleaves, one of the Experts in the Microsoft Innovative Educator program, believes that the best way to get students engaged in STEM is to treat it as a creative platform like that of art, music, or drama. “Many people don’t associate STEM subjects with... Read more

Coding with Cumberland High School!

Coding with Cumberland High School! This is a guest blog from Martin Andrews from Cumberland High School who has been using Microbits with his students to code on the Microsoft platform. Microsoft’s Academic Programmes Manager, Dan Bowen visited the school on Tuesday and inspired me to try some coding with my students. The Year 11 Music class were met with a worksheet and... Read more