OneNote Class Notebook is a great tool, one that we saw showcased in our Microsoft in the Classroom series across five locations in the South East corner of Queensland last year.
The fact is that the Windows Store is bursting at the seams with juicy educational apps ripe for the picking. Many teachers are not aware of this, and because sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know, I want to share some of my favourites with you.
Technology has become an essential part of children’s education and Microsoft has been helping to prepare students for their futures with Windows and Office in the classroom. Microsoft offers end-to-end solutions for education and believes that technology can help inspire students and empower teachers to achieve more.
This post is part of a sponsored series from Microsoft Education Australia. Microsoft want to put powerful and affordable devices in the hands of every student to help develop 21st century skills and increase their engagement at school.
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Whilst I was in a school the other day, talking with the IT team and the Business Manager, it became very evident that no student (or teacher for that matter) gets through their day with just one electronic device on the network.