Education is a tight-knit community full of thinkers, inventors, and dreamers. It’s a collective effort among dedicated companies who support these scholars to develop new ways to enhance the learning process. They create new tools that help educators and students stay engaged, included, and empowered.
Feedback is a cornerstone of teaching and learning, but what type of feedback is beneficial for students? For secondary and higher education, new research offers up some answers.
Today is International Literacy Day, a day designated by UNESCO to highlight and raise awareness of the importance and incredible benefits literacy has for individuals and society. Literacy means more than just learning to read and write at school.
Education has evolved significantly over the past three years, and so have the needs of educators, students, and institutions. Educators need time-saving workflows, students need access to classroom content wherever they are, and institutions need the seamless integration of these LMS experiences.
One school district’s investment in Microsoft’s educational technologies helped transform how learners learn and how teachers teach.
For school leaders, decision-making can be a lonely task. Microsoft Education has created a weekly podcast, Leading Innovation, to help make it easier.
As teachers continue to embrace the lesson plans and teaching methods of education’s digital age, finding new ways to make the most of technology can help simplify workflows, engage students, and improve outcomes in all learning environments, whether in person, remote, or hybrid. We created our new YouTube series, How to with Microsoft EDU, with this purpose in mind.
Microsoft Teams has released its latest updates and we’re excited to share the new features that can enhance your hybrid classroom and help set your students up for success.
Here’s how Microsoft’s Reading Progress helped students at Sarasota County Schools catch up and embrace reading—and how the tool can help other students, too.
While the world and educational systems throughout it continue to grapple with challenges stemming from the pandemic, students across the globe keep learning in their local languages with the help of the Learning Passport.