We love connecting with students, hearing their experiences, and helping them discover their passions and desired paths, particularly as they venture into the workforce.
No two students are the same, and as they learn, communicate, and grow in different ways, educators understand that supporting individual needs can make all the difference.
It’s World Teachers' Day and we want to take time to say thank you to educators.
Whether you’re a school leader looking to bring together learning resources or an educator looking to bring out the best in your students, Microsoft Teams puts your classroom tools into one powerful platform.
As we are entering the new school year in the Northern Hemisphere and approaching summer break in the Southern Hemisphere, Microsoft Education continues to see incredible transformation at so many schools, colleges, universities, libraries, museums, and education systems across the world.
Flipgrid Live Events connect classrooms to subject matter experts and resources while providing students access to amazing locations across the globe.
Whether you’re looking to organize your virtual classroom in Microsoft Teams or incorporate more robust social-emotional learning tools and techniques into your students’ daily lives, Microsoft Education’s learning management system (LMS) partners can help you build a more engaged and connected classroom.
Whether you’re preparing for a new school year or are already in the thick of one, there is no better time than now to recommit to classroom organization with the help of Microsoft Teams.
The past year and a half has highlighted that disruptive events affect communities very differently. Students in lower income areas and those who are traditionally underserved face challenges that those in higher income areas don’t, such as heightened anxiety about graduating, increased loneliness, and difficulty feeling connected to peers.
At Microsoft, we are inspired every day by the impact that dedicated educators and thoughtful leaders are making to innovate education, and ultimately, improve student outcomes. The last 18 months have only increased our appreciation of the critical work educators and school leaders do to help every student achieve more.