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Webinars

Below are upcoming webinars with Alice Keeler on MicrosoftEDU topics. Times are listed in Pacific (PST).

DateTimeTitleGuestDescription
4/281pmWord Online – This Is Not Your Parents WordPeter Leonard – Head of WordWord Online has many surprising features that will increase your productivity and interactivity. Join Alice Keeler and Peter Leonard for a look at Word Online.Video
5/611amIntroduction to Microsoft Teams Part 1Adam GrocottMicrosoft Teams is how we interact with students online. Create assignments and provide feedback in Microsoft Teams. This webinar will get you started with using Microsoft Teams to create a class, interact, make small groups, give assignments, and feedback. Video
5/1311amIntroduction to Microsoft Teams Part 2Adam GrocottAlice and Adam continue their webinar on Getting Started with Microsoft Teams. Digging more into feedback, scoring, returning, creating channels, and more. Video
5/123pmFacilitating Student Engagement in TeamsMichael CohenMicrosoft Teams is where we interact with students, however student engagement does not come free. Planning for student engagement and taking advantage of the features in Teams creates an awesome platform for student learning. Video
5/196pmEasy Wins with TeamsLisa DabbsEasy things you can do in Microsoft TeamsVideo
5/207pmMake Teaching Magical with Excel OnlineYou WILL love spreadsheets. Teachers NEED spreadsheets for so many magical reasons. Be more productive, interact more with students. Video
5/261pmAccessibility with Microsoft TeamsNancy ClinesmithMicrosoft has many accessibility features that are good for all students. Learn what they are and how to help students leverage them to facilitate learning. JOIN
5/277pmSuper Charge Teaching with Pivot TablesAfter the previous week’s Excel webinar there was a demand for Pivot Tables. They Summarize! You need this, come see how to do it! JOIN
6/23pmTapping into Student Creativity with TeamsMichael CohenCreativity is a 21st century skill we can not forget about when interacting online. When lesson planning, one thing to ask is “How are students being creative?” Let’s go over some ways to facilitate student creativity while using Microsoft Teams.
6/92pmEasy Minecraft Coding for ANY Classroom Steve IsaacsWe are ALL STEM teachers! How do we include coding in our classrooms when we were not taught coding? Minecraft is an excellent platform for any classroom to teach any subject that fosters creative critical thinking. MinecraftEDU has a built in code builder that is easy to use and can be added to any classroom. Help your students get ready for a world that includes the ability to code, no matter what you teach.
6/1611amIntermediate Teaching with Microsoft TeamsKathi KersznowskiTake your teaching with Teams to the next step. Go beyond assigning work and see what else you can do with Teams as part of your classroom.
6/2311amTeaching and Learning Math with Microsoft TeamsAdam GrocottTeaching math in the 21st century is not about putting the textbook and math problems online, but rethinking what is important for mathematical reasoning. In this webinar math teacher Alice Keeler and math teacher Adam Grocott will share how to use Microsoft Teams and OneNote to engage your students in mathematical reasoning.
6/302pmTime Savers with Teams and O365Kathi KersznowskiTechnology should increase your productivity to allow you to do what you do best. Check out these time savers with Microsoft Teams and other O365 products.

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