A new month brings another new wave of amazing updates for Microsoft in Education. Just as we as teachers are constantly evolving in the classroom, so are Windows 10 and Office 365 so that we can continue to utilise them to enhance learning outcomes through technology. Check out the latest updates in the Microsoft blogs below to ensure that you have access to the latest and greatest from Microsoft with tips and tricks to save you some precious time!
If you're new to Windows 10 Creators Update, then you have yet to experience the wonder of Paint 3D. This delightfully simple yet intricate tool will unlock creativity in any student, no matter their ability and these handy blogs from the Windows team will guide you through the basics in getting started.
Windows 10 Tip: A guide to the basic tools in Paint 3D
Windows 10 Tip: How to start creating in Paint 3D
With the amazing new updates in Windows 10 it's now easier than ever to take a note or write a paper – with just your voice, using your device’s microphone and the dictation function. This Windows tip blog explains how.
Windows 10 Tip: Capture your thoughts easily with Dictation
Microsoft Teams for Education Celebrates it's 1st anniversary in June and with that comes a future look at their vision and more amazing updates making it even more useful in the classroom for educators! Check out the details in the blogs below.
Microsoft Teams for Education celebrates 1st anniversary and advances vision for the future of collaborative learning
If you are an educator already using OneNote Class Notebook with your students then you will be pleased with the release of the latest function this week to be able to 'lock' student page to ensure no changes can be made once you have marked their work. Check out the blog below for all the information you need to deploy this fantastic feature.
Page Locking comes to OneNote Class Notebooks
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