Teach and learn with Microsoft

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This resource is an overview of Microsoft tools and services available to NSW DoE teachers and students. It highlights what software can be used for creating and organising teaching and learning resources, and for developing 21st century learning skills such as collaboration, creativity, communication and critical thinking. Links to tutorials for working with the tools are provided, along with ideas about how and when to apply them. Australian teachers discuss how student outcomes and teacher development have been improved through the use of these tools.

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Resource type:
Teacher guide
Audience:
teacher
ScOT topics:
Teacher professional learning, Online teacher networks, Educational software, Critical thinking
Activities:
Analysis, Brainstorming, Collaborative Internet project, Communication activity, Concept map, Critical thinking activity, Mind mapping, Problem solving, Project, Research project
Language/s:
en-AU
Author:
State of NSW, Department of Education
Publisher:
State of NSW, Department of Education
Date created:
Monday, 29 June 2015

Resource ID: 506dfe8d-335d-47bf-a689-8821134dadd5