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Mark your calendars! ISTELive, a conference that brings educators, leaders, and industry reps together, returns June 26-29 in New Orleans, Louisiana, and we at Microsoft can’t wait to connect with our global community.
Microsoft offers a variety of free resources to support educators as they help students appreciate the achievements of Black and African American people during Black History Month.
Every student deserves to be seen and heard in the classroom, and Flipgrid helps educators make this possible through highly visual and interactive video discussions that keep students engaged and collaborative.
Flipgrid Live Events connect classrooms to subject matter experts and resources while providing students access to amazing locations across the globe.
To honor Pride month and to continue Microsoft’s commitment to lifting up LGBTQI+ voices throughout the year, Microsoft Education is excited to highlight the great work of Flipgrid partner Hope in a Box.
Today’s students will become the citizens, advocates, and leaders of tomorrow, and educators have the opportunity to shape the future every day. This February, educators across the country will celebrate and honor the experiences of Black and African American people and their central role in US history. The observance is an opportunity for educators to prioritize anti-racism both in their curricula and classroom environments—throughout Black History Month and beyond.
We get a lot of great ideas from our educator community about how to use tech tools in innovative ways, and that’s been particularly true when it comes to using Flipgrid as a remote learning resource.
From time to time, we feature stories about Changemakers, as we call them, educators who are making a difference in the lives of students around the world. Today’s post was written by Nancy Zuckerbrod, a Washington D.C. mom and education blogger, honoring Rolando Sanz, Producing Artistic Director of Young Artists of America.