Technology is a critical part of the swift transition to remote and hybrid learning as students around the world are learning in new ways this year. In today’s diverse classrooms, it is more important than ever to find ways to support all students and help create more inclusive environments where everyone can thrive and build meaningful relationships. Microsoft provides training and resources to help you on your remote teaching journey!
Join Microsoft at ISTE20 Live November 29 – December 5, 2020. We have an action-packed digital event planned with sessions and live demos featuring tips from Microsoft Innovative Educators (MIEs), school leaders, and Microsoft experts!
Hear the latest about your favorite Microsoft technologies, including new and fun features in Microsoft Teams, affordable Windows devices, and classroom tools like OneNote, Forms, Flipgrid, and more! Check out sessions that share the latest Microsoft Teams features including Breakout Rooms and Education Insights. And find out why more than 32 million people use Immersive Reader, and how to use it with your students.
Join us for dozens of useful, short sessions organized so you can find those that focus on how to:
- Build confidence in remote and hybrid teaching
- Focus on student-centered learning and inclusion
- Maintain student engagement and well-being
- Manage affordable devices and tools
We’ve listened to what is top of mind for teachers and have designed sessions to make the best use of your time. Be sure to tune in for these popular sessions which are scheduled for multiple times during the week:
Microsoft Teams: Your classroom’s digital hub
What’s new with OneNote for Education
Create self-grading quizzes with Microsoft Forms
What’s new for Microsoft Learning Tools and the inclusive classroom
Assessment made easy with OneNote Class Notebook
Join in on Tuesday, December 1 at 11:30 AM Pacific Standard Time for a thought leadership session, Responding and reimagining: Positive change for the future of learning, that explores insights from the recent digital acceleration. It will also include examples from schools and systems working toward accessible, equitable, student-centric education powered by technology. This session is presented by Barbara Holzapfel, Vice President, Microsoft Education. Read the related report in English or Spanish.