Around the world, schools that successfully shifted to remote and hybrid learning have many things in common, including, resilient educators, nimble school leaders, and hard-working students.
Over the past year, students and educators have shown their resilience by navigating remote and hybrid classroom settings and adopting new technologies.
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.
The past year has been unpredictable, but that doesn’t mean remote and hybrid learning have to be. With reliable and secure technology, students can connect with teachers and classmates, work on assignments, and access important educational resources from anywhere.
The start of the calendar year is a great time to recharge and find new ways to enhance your classroom. With BettFest 2021 taking place January 20–22, it’s also a great opportunity to discover new education partners through the Microsoft Hub resource guide.
The past year has been a time of unprecedented change, complexity, and ambiguity, and educators, students, and parents have had to embrace new ways of teaching and learning. Through it all, it’s been inspiring to see the incredible work the education community has done to keep students engaged.
Today, more than ever, technology is influencing the way students learn, teachers deliver curricula, and school leaders guide their teams in remote and hybrid environments. The education community has shown incredible resiliency over the last year. Microsoft is here to support you with training and resources to:
As schools around the world work to reimagine education, it’s become more important than ever to make technology accessible, safe, and engaging so that educators and students can focus on what matters most: teaching, learning, and connecting with one another. Windows 10 devices and powerful tools like Office 365 for Education and Microsoft Teams work together to help teachers create personalized experiences to support students learning from anywhere.
This year, we saw millions of classrooms come together in unexpected ways. While it might not have been easy from behind a mask or computer screen, everyone in the Microsoft Education community—from principals and teachers to students and parents—have shown flexibility and resilience this year. The community has worked together to create engaging and inclusive learning environments, support one another, and even have fun. As we reflect on the year, we’re sharing 20 highlights from Microsoft Education in 2020, and the technology that helped us get through it together.
Since its founding more than a century ago, Morehouse College has strived for academic excellence and equity. It acted on that mission this fall when classes at the historically Black college for men moved from the Atlanta campus to online classes.