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#70 Useful Microsoft in Education posts this week

Behind the Scenes in a Science Lab

Does your class want to go behind the scenes in a working science laboratory? Partners in Research works with a number of scientists across Canada who can take your students into their lab via Skype, show them the equipment and process necessary for scientific exploration and testing, and answer questions about their work or even career paths in science.

Microsoft Hack the Classroom Registration - Microsoft Education

Did you attend Microsoft's amazing HackTheClassroom event? Watch now on-demand until December 20, 2016

Creative Coding Through Games and Apps

Learn about (CCGA) and how it is used in the classroom at Tolt Middle School with Microsoft Imagine Academy (MSIA). Try Microsoft's course for teacher - Creativee Coding through games and apps.

Collaborating in the classroom with the OneNote Class Notebook Creator

In this interactive teacher's guide, you'll see how you can collaborate in the classroom with the OneNote Class Notebook.

Introducing for Education Teachers are constantly creating great lessons to power their classrooms and inspire students, but where does this great content live? A…

#261 OneNote: Tagging your notes

As you know, OneNote is a firm favourite at #1minuteCPD HQ. In this post, we look at how you can tag your notes across Pages, Sections and Notebooks and then how to use the ‘Find Tags’ …

Microsoft OneNote 2016 - NEW! Tutorial

This video tutorial will show you how to use Microsoft OneNote. Microsoft OneNote is a fantastic and free app that is great for organizing your life. OneNote...

Technology in the Classroom: 8 Ways to Use Minecraft

Multi-award-winning Minecraft is a game of survival. You don't level up; you build, explore, and survive whatever comes at you by placing blocks and going on adventures, either alone or with classmates (if you’re using it as part of your technology in the classroom arsenal).

Feedback and more with Forms

Gathering feedback, taking quizzes to reinforce learning, undertaking surveys of views, signing up or registering for an activity – just some of the ways forms can be used by schools. And now…

Microsoft Hack the Classroom A Sway about The Hack the Classroom event