Category: School leaders

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September 22, 2022

Kudos to the Edmodo team: A graduation with honors

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.

September 20, 2022

Improving educator well-being and engagement using Teams

Now that the school year has begun, it’s important to have the right tools that can help you create a quality learning environment for students as well as educators. With these new Microsoft Teams features, you can better understand the well-being of educators, connect with parents and guardians to help manage student learning progress, and use various tools from the integration with our partner app, Kami.

September 06, 2022

Meet Microsoft’s Global Training Partners

At Microsoft, we partner with the top companies around the world to train educators on expanding innovation and the integration of technology within schools to improve student outcomes.

September 01, 2022

Meet Microsoft’s 2022-2023 MIE Experts

At Microsoft, we are inspired every day by the impact that dedicated educators and thoughtful leaders are making to innovate education and 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.

August 23, 2022

New Teams features help improve your classroom’s well-being

Listening to and empathizing with students through ongoing dialogue is vital to their current and future success. And with the right tools educators can foster an environment where students feel heard and help keep a pulse on their emotional well-being.

August 11, 2022

How Microsoft Helps Prevent Cybersecurity Attacks in Schools

Each year, hundreds of K-12 schools in the U.S. alone experience cyberattacks, including 408 schools that publicly disclosed them in 2020, up 18% from the previous year, according to the K-12 Cybersecurity Resource Center. Fulton County Schools, the fourth-largest school system in Georgia, has learned just how valuable it is to put a top-notch security system in place.

July 28, 2022

Elevating equity through literacy

Recently I had the opportunity to join many of my colleagues at ISTE, one of the world’s most influential education events. The upbeat energy of the host city, New Orleans, spread through the convention center the way music permeates the local streets, with the city’s vibrant spirit seeming to rub off on the people who came to “The Big Easy” from other parts of the U.S. and around the world.

July 21, 2022

Reimagine Hybrid Learning with Canvas and Microsoft 365

As the demands of teaching and learning continue to shift, educators’ technology solutions need to adapt to accommodate new hybrid learning circumstances. That’s why we’re so excited to share how you can make the most of your hybrid learning setup with Canvas and Microsoft 365.

July 07, 2022

Accelerating learning for students with limited internet access

Millions of students have limited access to the internet at home, leaving them struggling to access interactive online lessons and forcing them to find offline workarounds on devices lacking storage for video and other resources. Today , devices and education technology tools are more integrated into education than ever before, and learning opportunities happen not just at school, but at home and everywhere in between. In this landscape, the ability to work online and offline is key so that learning can continue regardless of a student’s ability to connect to the internet.

June 30, 2022

How Onslow Schools Use Microsoft Solutions to Support Students

Sometimes schools can fall into routines that, though working, need updating to find even better, more engaging ways of teaching and learning. Having educational technology provides an efficient, agile platform that gives educators more ways to interact with each other and students—not only to promote students’ academic growth but also their social emotional learning and well-being.

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