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#72 Useful Microsoft in Education posts this week

A Demonstration of Microsoft Office Mix

The Microsoft Office Mix team demonstrations how to dynamically flip your classroom through the use of Power Point and Office 365 |

Access Your Files On All Devices Using Microsoft OneNote

One of my favorite moments at ISTE came while interviewing the OneNote team and I had the opportunity to meet the guys who actually CREATE Microsoft OneNote.

An Interview featuring Microsoft SWAY from ISTE 2015

Sway is an app for expressing your ideas in an entirely new way, across your devices.

First grade teacher talks about how OneNote Class Notebook has changed her life – WinBeta

Ms. Montisana is a First Grade teacher with kids of her own who, like most teachers, constantly struggles with balancing time in the classroom and personal time at home. That is where the idea of implementing the OneNote in her classroom of six- to seven-year-old children first hatched.

OneNote in Education - Interactive Guides

Learn the basics of Microsoft OneNote, and then dive into specific scenarios for teachers, students, and school administrators with these interactive guides.

How I organize OneNote​ ​

Trying to figure out how to organize your OneNote notebooks? Here Doug scoops on how he makes his various work and home stuff ship-shape and some ideas you c...

Why hackathons are the future of teacher professional learning

Yesterday I went to a OneNote Hackathon. A hackathon is basically a group of people, with similar passiona, getting together to solve problems. In the case of the OneNote Hackathon, it was a group …

Lesson Planning with Microsoft: Assessing the Lesson!

The best crafted lesson plans, to paraphrase Robert Burns, often go awry, unless we assess as we teach. In my Teachers College Tech 290 class, I had a feeling my class of student teachers were a li…

Find, Create, and Share - Create and share a lesson

Lesson Plans are just that- plans for Learning Activities that you have found work well with students- share with other educators around the world. Add resources such as PowerPoint, Sway and many more to make the lesson effective.

Tip: Include links to the syllabus if you know the activity complies with the learning requirements specified. Include the age groups / grades the activity is suited to within the header or description as well.

College and Career Ready: How to set your students up for success?

Welcome to the Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE) Spotlight Series Podcast. In this episode, we learn how teach a college and career ready curriculum.