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Microsoft In Education Channel, Monday 9 November 2020

Megan Townes
Microsoft In Education Channel
09:30

What's New in EDU

What a year it has been in education! We've experienced five years of innovation and progress in 5 months and there's so much to share. Discover what's new with Teams, Office 365, Minecraft, Windows, Surface and Accessibility in this half an hour of power!
Troy Waller
Microsoft In Education Channel
10:00

Bringing the Inclusive Classroom into your school

Support students with varying abilities through tools and practices that allow you to deliver accessible lessons. Develop assignments and student initiatives that provide equal opportunity for all learners.
Margaret Simkin
Microsoft In Education Channel
10:30

Teams and OneNote Saviours of Remote Learning

If you are new to Microsoft Teams, you may be unsure of the role OneNote Class Notebook plays in your remote learning environment. While Microsoft Teams is your digital hub, OneNote is your digital three-ring binder. The OneNote Class Notebook has a Content library for sharing content and resources with your students, a Collaboration space where everyone in the class can work together, and Student sections where students can complete their individual work and teachers can share feedback. Come along to this session to see how OneNote and Teams just work better together for you and your students.
Sam Clarke
Microsoft In Education Channel
11:30

Achieve more with the Microsoft Partner Ecosystem

How the partner ecosystem is structured, how to choose the right partner, and the value that the partner ecosystem can provide to schools.
Troy Waller
Microsoft In Education Channel
14:30

Microsoft Translator in Education

Schools are increasingly diverse. Teachers manage many types of learners, including students who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) who require assistive technology, and language learners (and their parents) who may not speak or understand the language of the classroom well. Will Lewis, the Microsoft Translator Program Manager will show how Microsoft Translator helps teachers bridge these communication gaps, support accessible classroom learning with live captioning, cross-language understanding, and even multilingual casual conversations to help with student integration.Create a more inclusive classroom for both students and parents with live translation and captionsSchools are increasingly diverse. Teachers manage many types of learners, including students who are deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) who require assistive technology, and language learners (and their parents) who may not speak or understand the language of the classroom well.In this webinar, Will Lewis, the Microsoft Translator Program Manager will show how Microsoft Translator helps teachers bridge these communication gaps, support accessible classroom learning with live captioning, cross-language understanding, and even multilingual casual conversations to help with student integration.
Peta Jorgensen
Microsoft In Education Channel
15:00

Authentic Assessment - Integrating Forms into PTT, OneNote, Teams & Stream

Assessing student learning and providing feedback are essential components of teaching and learning. In this virtual event, gain insight and leverage digital tools to capture evidence of learning and to provide feedback to your students.
Amanda Frampton
Microsoft In Education Channel
15:30

Managing Social & Emotional Learning in a hybrid classroom

Social and Emotional Learning is more important than ever in preparing our students for their future world - see how you can promote the skills associated with SEL using Forms, Teams and Minecraft Eductaion Edition.
Steve Crapnell
Microsoft In Education Channel
16:00

Teaching Maths with OneNote and the Maths Tools

Explore some of the pedagogical strategies to enhance student leanring and increase student academic care when teaching Mathematics using OneNote and it's amazing built in Maths Tools.
last published: 08/Nov/20 22:25

Microsoft In Education Channel, Tuesday 10 November 2020

Microsoft In Education Channel
09:00

Do we need the traditional LMS?

In this session, hear about how Amanda White uses Teams, OneNote, Stream and other apps to support student learning online and the challenges that are still left to overcome.
Andrew Battese
Microsoft In Education Channel
09:30

Top 10 OneNote tips

Hi there, welcome to Andy and Richo's top 10 OneNote tips, in this video we will go through our favourite OneNote features including:Some helpful hints and tips for best practice to help you get the most out of your OneNote experienceThe most efficient ways to review work and track student progressDifferent methods of providing feedback on student learningHow to use tables to create more colourful, structured, and engaging pagesStrategies for embedding audio and videoHow to embed an interactive PPT to viewThe power of mind mapsMaking the most of the collab space by creating private and strategic group work with collab space permissionsHow to get the most out of your teacher only sectionImmersive reader - The inclusive education tool that provides personalised accessibility benefits to reading, writing and comprehension.Here is the link to our OneNote - Top 10 OneNote TipsFor more OneNote ideas, check out our YouTube channel - Everything OneNote and you can find Nathan and I on twitter https://twitter.com/andybattese https://twitter.com/digitalrichards
Nathan Richards
Microsoft In Education Channel
10:00

Microsoft Teams for Beginners

Learn about Microsoft Teams and how it can be used in classrooms and schools. Create a digital environment for your students that can be effective in all learning scenarios, remote or in-class. With Teams, students can take part in synchronous distance learning or use Teams to access lessons and work after live class time.
Steven Payne
Microsoft In Education Channel
10:30

Staff Collaboration in Microsoft Teams

The beauty of Microsoft Teams is its flexibility. Teachers have the option to collaborate live on their files, send typed communication via channels or chat, or start live video calls. In this session, Steven will show you how staff can remain connected and keep track of what’s happening, whether you’re in the same physical space or not.
James Jenkins
Microsoft In Education Channel
14:00

Windows App Smash - Photos, Video Editor and Whiteboard

Microsoft apps for teaching and LearningIn this session I will look at how to use 3 Microsoft apps. The Photos / Video editor app to ink on videos, Paint 3D to create simple 3D objects and scenes as well as the Whiteboard app for creating a simple mind map.As a Chemistry teacher I use these apps often to help explain concepts in class. I use Chemistry examples in the presentation, but teachers will be able to see how to use the tools and how they might be useful in their own classrooms.
Troy Waller
Microsoft In Education Channel
14:30

Professional Learning using the Microsoft Educator Centre (MEC)

Unleashing successful transformation of teaching and learning through effective use of technology, requires teacher and leader capacity to be supported and nurtured through supportive professional learning experiences. The MEC is a free OnDemand platform of courses and learning paths available to all educators and school leaders. In this webinar, Sonja Delafosse from Microsoft Education demonstrates how to use the MEC to improve student outcomes with relevant training and inspirational classroom activities you can confidently implement.
Steven Payne
Microsoft In Education Channel
15:00

Sustainable Development Goals and Minecraft: Education Edition

In this session Steven shares some ways that you can help students build a better future by teaching the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals through engaging learning activities in Minecraft.From citizenship and justice to climate change and the environment, inspire your students to make a difference by integrating the Global Goals and Minecraft: Education Edition in your classroom!
Amanda Frampton
Microsoft In Education Channel
15:30

Group Work and Collaboration in Microsoft Teams

With Group Work and Collaboration at the top of Educators Agendas, as an important Future Workforce Skill, Amanda will help you rethink how you can facilitate these skills in your classroom using Microsoft Teams. From simple channel structures to process planners, Teams becomes the ultimate customisable hub for all things collaboration!
last published: 08/Nov/20 22:25