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Registered Professional Learning Workshops in the Sydney Microsoft Store

Looking for some registered professional learning on integrating Microsoft technologies into your classroom over the summer break? Want to take your Office 365, OneNote and Sway skills to the next level and ensure you get registered professional learning hours before you go back to school in term one? During the summer vacation, Microsoft will be offering free BOSTES registered professional learning workshops at the new Microsoft Store in Pitt St Mall, Sydney.

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Next Level Learning – NSW Education Roadshow

Quality, free, relevant and hands-on education technology workshops do not happen often. This May and June Microsoft will be offering a hands-on workshops across NSW with the latest technology including Windows 8.1, apps, Office 365 and devices, including...(read more)Visit the author's original post

MAking Real Science in SCHools – MARCH in MARCH

It’s been a busy week in the beginning of March. That’s because of one nice workshop called „March in March“. What is it? march logo MARCH (Making Real science in schools) is a project funded by the European Commission under the Life Long Learning program. MARCH brought together a network of nine institutions (The British Council, the Centre for the Promotion of Science and Arts phenomenon, the British Science Association, Forum Democrito, Jungvornweg, Science on Society, Education Development Centre, Ciencia Viva, Greek Ministry of Education) from 7 European countries ( Great Britain, Greece, Germany, Serbia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Portugal).… Visit the author's original post

MAking Real Science in SCHools – MARCH in MARCH

It’s been a busy week in the beginning of March. That’s because of one nice workshop called „March in March“. What is it? march logo MARCH (Making Real science in schools) is a project funded by the European Commission under the Life Long Learning program. MARCH brought together a network of nine institutions (The British Council, the Centre for the Promotion of Science and Arts phenomenon, the British Science Association, Forum Democrito, Jungvornweg, Science on Society, Education Development Centre, Ciencia Viva, Greek Ministry of Education) from 7 European countries ( Great Britain, Greece, Germany, Serbia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Portugal).… Visit the author's original post

5 Tips for holding a OneNote Workshop

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Inspired by the Microsoft Innovative Educator “#MSFTtips Contest” I decided to write down my 5 Tips for everbody, who wants to hold an OneNote workshop for other educators. In the past 3 years I have had great oppertunities to introduce OneNote to many, many educators in Austria (and Germany too!) and I am pretty proud of my efforts, because I have changed some teachers AND students daily life since they are using Microsoft OneNote.

  • Tell them your WHY

    So if you never heard of Simon Sinek you have to invest the following 18 Minutes into his genious TED talk about what he calls the” Golden Circle”: WHY – HOW – WHAT:

    So I always start my Workshops traditionally with a small PowerPoint-presentation about my personal path to OneNote.

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Професійний розвиток вчителя засобами Майкрософт


Сьогодні відбувся воркшоп для вчителів нашої творчої групи та керівників євроклубів м. Кіровограда.
Під час заходу була поширена інформація про новітні засоби Майкрософт, що сприяють професійному розвитку вчителя.
Запрошено освітян міста долучитися до #ГодинаКоду та прийняти участь у конкурсі, організованому Майкрософт Україна.


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Your School, Your Way – Workshop the latest technologies for learning

Quality, free and relevant Professional Development workshops do not happen often.

This September and October Microsoft will be offering a hands-on workshops across Australia with the latest technology including Windows 8.1, apps, Office 365 and devices, including the latest Surface Pro 3...

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