Teach the way you want
Pen and paper have been critical tools for teaching and learning since the dawn of formalized education systems. With the introduction of computers into the classroom, teachers are struggling to balance between digital and analog curriculum, and teaching materials. Tablets like Surface with an active pen give educators the freedom to teach the way they want. It gives teachers, like those at Nashwaaksis Memorial School’s in Fredericton, N.B., a tool that reaches each student on their level. Watch the technology in action.
One Note is a Great Learning Tool
See how this Resource Special Education Teacher used One Note to help her struggling students learn literacy. The lesson she taught with this tool help change the lives of her students and give them confidence.
Dr. Sharon Oviatt is internationally known for her work in human-centered interface design. Download her whitepaper to learn more about the impact that a device with digital inking capabilities has on both teachers and students.
Free Education tools for teachers
Learn more about how to create dynamic learning experiences in and outside of the classroom. This e-book shows you fourteen free Microsoft tools that can make learning come to life and energize your classroom.
Windows Apps for Education
Whether it’s art, languages, sciences, or music, Windows education apps are helping teachers with new ways to engage students. Looking for a specific educational App to teach a subject? Download a free curated list of the top 100 Windows Apps for Education.
Microsoft Educator Network
Empower every student to achieve more. Connect and collaborate around the world and gain easy access to lessons created by educators for educators.