Enrich the Learning Experience in Edge Browser

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Microsoft Edge Browser

I think I’ve reached a point professionally where I automatically assume that Google Chrome is the default web browser. It’s been years since I’ve seen someone use Firefox, and the one time I saw a colleague using Internet Explorer (in 2015) I was honestly in shock–I had been so used to Google Chrome! And while Chrome has been my “default” browser for a while, I have been experimenting more with Microsoft Edge given my work with Microsoft tools. That’s why when I saw this new course pop up on the Microsoft Educator Center, I knew I had to take it!

Microsoft Edge Browser Can Help You

The name of the course is Enrich the learning experience in Edge browser, and it specifically focuses on how to use the Microsoft Edge browser to enrich learning experiences for students and teachers through in-browser experiences such as…

  • Organizing lesson plans
  • Accessibility features
  • Using Math Solver to help students solve math challenges (and, as a former math educator and current STEM coach, I cannot describe how much I appreciate this feature!)
  • Writing on web screenshots and PDF’s

Personally, I learned so much taking this course and how Edge can help support teachers and learners. I definitely recommend anyone interested in learning more about what Edge has to offer to take this course and learn more. Plus, taking this course can take you one step further to becoming a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (MIEE)!

About The Author

Victoria Thompson

Victoria Thompson is a STEM Integration Transformation Coach at TAF@Saghalie, a middle school located in Federal Way, WA. In her five years as an anti-racist educator, she began her journey teaching fifth and sixth grade math and science at Cane Bay Middle School in Summerville, SC after graduating from the College of Charleston in 2015. After completing her masters in curriculum and instruction from Western Governors University in 2017 she moved to the Seattle, WA area in 2018 with her wife Kourtney, where her career has pivoted to focusing on K-12 mathematics instruction with research on decolonizing mathematics curriculum for teachers and learners, creating inclusive math environments, and using technology to bridge equity gaps in math education. She is a certified Microsoft Innovative Educator, a National Geographic Educator, an Apple Educator, an InsPEARational Educator, and an educational technology consultant for tech companies in the Seattle area.

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