Category Archives: Webinar

WEBINAR: Explore Windows 10 in Education: Innovations for deployment and use in schools

At Microsoft, our mission is to empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more. As part of that mission, we believe technology can be used as a tool to empower students and teachers to create the world of tomorrow.  And at the heart of this mission, is Windows 10, which provides a powerful platform for learning. To learn more about Windows 10 in Education, join Senior Product Manager Craig Ashley for a webinar that takes a detailed look at features and functionality that are great for teachers, students and IT professionals within Education… Visit the author's original post

WEBINAR: Intune for Education, hosted by Microsoft Education

Join us to hear about the new Intune for Education, a cloud-based service that delivers easy setup and control of devices in the classroom:

Register now: April 26, 2017 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Understanding that schools and partners have been looking for an easier way to setup and control devices, Microsoft is pleased to respond with Intune for Education – taking a rock-solid product built on top of commercial Intune offering and making it easier to access for schools.… Visit the author's original post

Office in Education – Live Webinar April 4th

This year, Microsoft in Education are laying on a variety of different webinars of a diverse series of topics, all hosted by teachers and experts from all over the UK. They are all free to join, so register for as many as you’d like, and learn new tricks and trips to apply in your classroom! Don’t worry if you can’t make the live session at the time, as all of our webinars are being recorded, and will be  available on demand afterwards.Visit the author's original post

#MIEExpert-led Webinars – December 2016 Schedule

With festive-themed adverts from high street shops and household name brands appearing across television, radio, billboards, social media, and every other conceivable medium, there’s no denying that it’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas… But there’s still plenty of teaching and learning to be done before everyone takes a well-earned break over the holidays!

As well as the obvious treats of the season, December brings with it more MIEExpert webinars!

So regardless of whether you’ve been naughty or nice this year, all are welcome and encouraged to register for any and all of the sessions below.… Visit the author's original post

MEC Monday: Skype in the Classroom Professional Development Webinar

This month sees the return of the global #Skypeathon, taking place between on November 29th and 30th, connecting classrooms and students from all over the world as together they travel millions of virtual miles to take part in Skype Lessons, Mystery Skype, Virtual Field Trips, and to hear from guest speakers.

But before then, teachers yet to use Skype in the Classroom have a great opportunity to familiarise themselves with this hugely popular learning tool through a Professional Development Webinar, which is our focus for this week’s MEC Monday blog post.… Visit the author's original post

#MIEExpert WEBINAR: Light up your classroom with Sway

After a short break for half-term, our series of live and on-demand webinars led by teachers continues this week with a session hosted by Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Paul Dredge, as he demonstrates how Sway can enhance learning.

Register now: Light up your classroom with Sway – 8pm Wednesday November 2nd

Paul DredgeDuring the half hour session you will be given an overview of how to use the app, and a variety of other tips and tricks for using Sway in your classroom, as well as a live demonstration and tutorial.… Visit the author's original post

#MIEExpert Webinar: Using OneNote Learning Tools to support children with additional learning requirements

Following on from last week’s webinar about teaching Modern Foreign Languages with Office 365, (hosted by Teacher Ambassador Natalie Burgess), we are pleased to share further details of the next webinar in the series, which is taking place tomorrow:

Using OneNote Learning Tools to support children with additional learning requirements

Click here to register – Wednesday 5th October, 16:00-16:30

In any given class of students, there may well be some learners with individual difficulties. They may be physical impairments related to vision, problems with hearing, or other mental struggles that make it harder for them to understand and engage with different communication mediums or particular aspects of day to day classroom activities.… Visit the author's original post

Teacher Ambassador Webinar – Teaching modern languages with Office 365

Tomorrow afternoon sees the start of our new series of Education webinars run by Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts and Teacher Ambassadors. Sign up now for Teaching modern languages with Office 365.


As we start the new school year, we will begin a series of weekly webinars tailored for educators on a variety of different topics, hosted by our very own Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts and Teacher Ambassadors. These webinars are designed to assist teachers in developing their own digital skills, allowing them to do more with the technology available to them in the classroom, through a series of different tips, tricks, experiences and lesson plans, all linked to teaching and learning with Microsoft technologies!… Visit the author's original post

Summer Pathshala 2016 Recordings

Thank you to 250 educators who joined the Summer Pathshala sessions #YOUKEEPMEGOING

here are the recordings of all the 4 sessions for everyone to view:

Virtual Classroom: This webinar provides ways to use Skype in variety of ways to enhance your teaching and learning experience.

Presenters: Meenakshi Uberoi & Jyoti Chaba

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Class notebook: This webinar presents how to create Innovative lesson plans using OneNote

Presenters: Meenakshi Uberoi & Jyoti Chaba

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Remixed Stories: This webinar teaches you how to create interactive Presentation/ Story using Sway and Office Mix

Presenters: Meenakshi Uberoi & Jyoti Chaba

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Gamelab: This webinar helps you learn how to use Kodu to create excitement in the classrooms

Presenters: Meenakshi Uberoi & Jyoti Chaba

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Happy learning to you!… Visit the author's original post

Register for the November EduCast Webinar

The next installment in the monthly EduCast webinar series is just around the corner. Register today to join Microsoft, educators and industry experts for an engaging discussion designed to help students meet college and career goals.

Let's Get Creative!: Learning with Bing and Office Mix 

 Tuesday, November 11, 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM PST

 Equip students with the 21st century skills they need (collaboration, knowledge construction, use of ICT for learning, real world problem solving) using Microsoft technologies.  

Microsoft Product Marketing Manager Emily Orrson will talk about Bing as contextualizer, connective fabric, and classroom aid for inspiration, giving practical examples of where and how to think about the future of questions.… Visit the author's original post

September EduCast Recap: 1-to-1 Learning from Concept to Classroom

 How can educators set their students up for successful learning in and outside of the classroom? In the September EduCast, two leaders in the field of 1-to-1 learning shared their insights with the Microsoft Educator Network.

The Benefits of 1-to-1 Learning
Pamela Livingston, K12 educator and author

First, Pamela Livingston, K12 educator and author of 1-to-1 Learning: Laptop Programs That Work, spoke about the five elements that power successful 1-to-1 learning: openness, ownership, personalization, access, and flow.… Visit the author's original post

This Week at ITA | October EduCast webinar, online proctored exams, and a story of certification achievement

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Introducing Online Proctored Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and MTA exams

As announced yesterday, select Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) and Microsoft Technical Associate (MTA) exams are now available for U.S. residents (and coming soon to other locales) to take on-line, through online proctoring offered by Pearson VUE. Online proctored exams are the exact same exams offered in onsite testing centers, administered by a remote proctor who will supervise test takers via webcam and microphone while they take their tests.… Visit the author's original post