The events of the past year have had an immense and likely long-lasting impact on the global economy, the job market, and education systems. Last year...
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Earth Day is almost here, and students around the world are busy devising ways to create a greener, cleaner, more sustainable planet.
For the last seven years, Microsoft E2 | Education Exchange has brought education changemakers together from around the globe.
On Thursday, April 22, join Microsoft at Higher Education Reimagined to explore how to prepare today’s students for the workforce of the future, how to harness data to reimagine the student experience, and the shift to student-centered learning.
The Microsoft E2 | Education Exchange may be over, but educators are just getting started! This year, Microsoft invited educators and leaders from around the...
It’s a given that experiential and hands-on learning can help drive concepts home while reinforcing real-world skills. And when experiential learning is...
The past year has brought uncertainty to educators as learning environments have evolved, making it more important than ever for them to feel comfortable and confident using technology to facilitate remote and hybrid learning. Microsoft offers a variety of free training and professional development resources that help educators teach in any environment. These resources can help educators gain the technical proficiency they need to focus on what they do best: connecting with students.
Just over a year ago, COVID-19 disrupted the educational journeys of 1.6 billion students around the globe and changed how we live, work, socialize, and learn. Today the world continues to navigate the economic, public health, and humanitarian challenges the pandemic caused.
Today’s math classrooms are incredibly diverse, students come from many backgrounds and teachers differentiate their instruction for various skill levels and needs. At Microsoft Education, we are here to support students and teachers in their journey.
There’s a lot for educators to keep up with, like new technologies, upcoming events, students’ emotional and academic needs, and professional development. Luckily, managing all of that gets a little easier with the Microsoft Educator Center monthly newsletter, which shares the latest information about Microsoft Teams, Flipgrid, Minecraft, and more.
Updates in Microsoft EDU for International Math Day
Today’s math classrooms are incredibly diverse, students come from many backgrounds and teachers differentiate their instruction for various skill levels and needs. At Microsoft Education, we are here to support students and teachers in their journey.READ MORE
Celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day with New Lessons About Malala and the Suffragettes
For International Women’s Day and Women’s History month, we want to help you inspire girls to change the world, whether they aspire to be engineers, artists, programmers, designers, world leaders, or anything that ignites their passion! To celebrate, we’re releasing new lessons for our Good Trouble: Lessons in Social Justice world about two activists who’ve had an enormous impact on women’s education and their place in society.READ MORE
Creative Learning and Leadership | Minecraft: Education Edition at India’s Sat Paul Mittal School
Sat Paul Mittal School is a Microsoft Showcase School in Ludhiana in Punjab, India. When a chance mention of Minecraft on a Skype call piqued their students’ interest, they took a chance on game-based learning. Head of IT Monica Joshi tells the story of how, in just two short years, Minecraft: Education Edition became a mainstay for creative, cross-curricular learning.READ MORE