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.
Back-to-school time represents new beginnings, new perspectives, and new chances to grow. To set teachers up with the confidence, tools, and training they need to help students of all abilities thrive this year, we’ve rounded up several free resources for educators looking to personalize student learning and supercharge classroom engagement.
While everyone loves summer break, students and educators might be even more excited about fall this year. The back-to-school season will likely bring the chance to reconnect—not just online but in person.
Today, many schools are returning to in-person instruction—or soon will be. And many teachers want to bring into the classroom the technology-enhanced tools and techniques they’ve discovered this past year that can help make learning more inclusive, personalized, and student-centered in any learning environment.
Whether online or in person, building relationships is an essential part of any student's learning experience. Just ask Mya Ferguson, an educator at Columbia Heights Educational Campus in Washington D.C.
To help them make the most of the next few months, the Microsoft Store has put together an entire calendar of exciting and enriching virtual workshops designed to help students pursue their passions, travel to new worlds, and even hone potential career skills.
Summer break may be in full swing, but that doesn’t mean we are taking a break from bringing you new ways to create successful learning environments! In fact, we are so excited about the latest batch of Microsoft Teams updates, we couldn’t wait for fall to share them with you.
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.
It’s no secret that learning extends long after class is dismissed, for students and for teachers—from diving into a new topic to brushing up on an old skill. Now, there are more ways for educators to explore their questions after class and on their schedule.
In this time of disruption, educators, administrators, and staff have shown extraordinary resilience. They have navigated an unprecedented pivot to remote or hybrid learning while keeping students at the center.