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Office 365 for Teaching

- Enable students to work collaboratively online in and outside the classroom

- Create a space where students can discuss online outside of Moodle

- Work online with other teaching staff, easily sharing resources and planning tasks 


Have a look at Teams...


- Create content easily online and share it with students

- Provide additional or different content to individual students 

- Review student work in one online space and provide feedback

Have a look at OneNote...

- Create interactive presentations easily and quickly

- Present content in a more attractive format in Moodle

- Offer a tool to students for creating online presentations alone or in groups

- You want to share successful projects with students/other teaching staff or you want students to share what they have been doing with others

- You want your students to create a journal which charts their experiences during a module, including images and audio recordings


Have a look at Sway...

- Encourage students to share their thoughts and ideas in spoken presentations

- Help students to build confidence giving presentations

- Share feedback orally rather than through written formats

Have a look at a Flipgrid...



Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert Programme

Office 365 offers many tools which can be useful for teaching and learning. If you have not already explored the Microsoft Educator Community, this is an excellent place to start learning more about Office 365's application to teaching.

You can log in with your York St John login details and access lots of online courses on apps such as Skype, Sway, Teams and Flipgrid.

Doing these courses enables you to start working towards Microsoft Innovative Educators Expert status. You need to earn 1000 points to become a certified Microsoft Innovative Educator, after which you can nominate yourself to be recognised as a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert. You can find more details on the programme here





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