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Check Out @VictoriaTheTech’s #1 Favorite Microsoft Course!

Guest Post by Victoria Thompson Victoria’s Favorite Microsoft Educator Center Courses – #1: Creating Classroom Communities Using Social and Emotional Practices Okay, so technically I am cheating a bit–this is a learning path (a set of courses) instead of just one course. However, this is so important that I feel the need to give this the #1 spot! The title… Read More »Check Out @VictoriaTheTech’s #1 Favorite Microsoft Course!

Techquity- Microsoft Education Center

Techquity- Creating Learning Environments for Sustainability, Equity, and AccessGuest Post by Victoria Thompson Microsoft Educator Center provides One of my personal favorite Microsoft Educator Courses: it focuses on Techquity! “Techquity” refers to the infusion of technology and equity, and equity refers to the concept of every student needing what they need to be successful in the classroom. Specifically, how do… Read More »Techquity- Microsoft Education Center

Mindfulness in The Classroom – @VictoriaTheTech’s Favorite Microsoft Educator Center Courses

Guest Post by Victoria Thompson I am very big on self-care and mindfulness. I have given seminars and sessions on educator self-care in the age of COVID, as well as how to protect our peace and empathy. I have written an entire blog series on exploitation of empathy in professions dominated by women (particularly, teaching). So, I LOVE mindfulness, self-care,… Read More »Mindfulness in The Classroom – @VictoriaTheTech’s Favorite Microsoft Educator Center Courses

Empowering Young People to Take Action – @VictoriaTheTech Favorite Microsoft Educator Center Courses

Guest Post by Victoria Thompson Next up is #4: Empowering young people to take action! Via the direct link: “the course, which forms part of World Wildlife Fund (WWF’s) learning path on Education for a sustainable planet, aims to help you further your understanding of sustainability and equip you with relevant information, tools, activities and good ideas from other skilled… Read More »Empowering Young People to Take Action – @VictoriaTheTech Favorite Microsoft Educator Center Courses

Kerning in Microsoft Word by @VictoriaTheTech

Kerning is a simple way to add some design and flair to your documents in Microsoft Word. Beyond simple aesthetics, it’s a neat way to keep accessibility and legibility in check while you write, annotate, and create.

Embed Video into Microsoft Forms

Embed Video in Microsoft Forms

When using a Microsoft Form you can add a YouTube video or Microsoft Stream video to a question. This allows you to ask the responder to view the video and answer a question about the video. Microsoft Stream is a secure place to upload your school district videos. You can upload videos to Microsoft Stream just like you would to… Read More »Embed Video in Microsoft Forms

Microsoft Teams Meeting: Setting Students as Attendees

By default when you add participants to a Teams Meeting they are added as presenters. This poses an issue since students can mute each other, remove each other from the Meeting and stop the recording. Use Calendar When creating a Meeting with your students go to Calendar in Microsoft Teams. Set the date and time. Choose the channel you want… Read More »Microsoft Teams Meeting: Setting Students as Attendees