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How this teacher uses Sway for Science experiments.

This is a guest blog from Aaron Elias, a Science Teacher from Frankston High School who has been using Sway in his science experiment lessons.

"I saw Sway demonstrated for the first time about two years ago during a presentation on Office365. I could instantly see the benefits of it for teachers of subjects like English or Humanities. However, I teach Science. As much as I liked the look and idea of Sway, I had a tricky time determining how I was going to use it in a way that didn’t feel forced.… Visit the author's original post

Coding with Cumberland High School!

Coding with Cumberland High School!

This is a guest blog from Martin Andrews from Cumberland High School who has been using Microbits with his students to code on the Microsoft platform.

Microsoft’s Academic Programmes Manager, Dan Bowen visited the school on Tuesday and inspired me to try some coding with my students.

The Year 11 Music class were met with a worksheet and a MicroBit. The worksheet contained some simple code that represented a bar of music. Students had to analyse the music and the code and then work together ‘unlock’ the mysteries of the code that represents music.… Visit the author's original post

Coding with Cumberland High School!

Coding with Cumberland High School!

This is a guest blog from Martin Andrews from Cumberland High School who has been using Microbits with his students to code on the Microsoft platform.

Microsoft’s Academic Programmes Manager, Dan Bowen visited the school on Tuesday and inspired me to try some coding with my students.

The Year 11 Music class were met with a worksheet and a MicroBit. The worksheet contained some simple code that represented a bar of music. Students had to analyse the music and the code and then work together ‘unlock’ the mysteries of the code that represents music.… Visit the author's original post

Coding with Cumberland High School!

Coding with Cumberland High School!

This is a guest blog from Martin Andrews from Cumberland High School who has been using Microbits with his students to code on the Microsoft platform.

Microsoft’s Academic Programmes Manager, Dan Bowen visited the school on Tuesday and inspired me to try some coding with my students.

The Year 11 Music class were met with a worksheet and a MicroBit. The worksheet contained some simple code that represented a bar of music. Students had to analyse the music and the code and then work together ‘unlock’ the mysteries of the code that represents music.… Visit the author's original post

Coding with Cumberland High School!

Coding with Cumberland High School!

This is a guest blog from Martin Andrews from Cumberland High School who has been using Microbits with his students to code on the Microsoft platform.

Microsoft’s Academic Programmes Manager, Dan Bowen visited the school on Tuesday and inspired me to try some coding with my students.

The Year 11 Music class were met with a worksheet and a MicroBit. The worksheet contained some simple code that represented a bar of music. Students had to analyse the music and the code and then work together ‘unlock’ the mysteries of the code that represents music.… Visit the author's original post