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Microsoft’s Teach forward: Best strategies for hybrid, remote, and blended learning

Microsoft's Teach forward: Best strategies for hybrid, remote, and blended learning

Microsoft’s latest course will help you identify models of blended learning, detemine the best tools for achieving specific learning goals and plan for reflection and assessment. If you are considering how to make the most of the tools and practices that have been utilised and developed during pandemic and create...
Microsoft’s Teach forward: Best strategies for hybrid, remote, and blended learning
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Primary, Secondary
Microsoft’s Hybrid Learning: A New Model for the Future of Learning

Microsoft's Hybrid Learning: A New Model for the Future of Learning

This course from Microsoft introduces educators to a hybrid (blended) learning model which utilises Microsoft Teams to create a dynamic learning environment for their students. The course focuses in types of remote and hybrid models, creating a hybrid learning environment and how to ensure engagement and interactivity. Educators will learn...
Microsoft’s Hybrid Learning: A New Model for the Future of Learning
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Primary, Secondary

Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Ensuring learners have quality digital experiences is at the heart of Global Accessibility Awareness Day. They have a range of resources available to access including links to Google, Microsoft and Apple accessibility features. Given that 98.1% of website home pages as at least one Web Content Accessibility Guideline failures, Global...
Global Accessibility Awareness Day
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Science in blended teaching

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC educators Peter Lillington and Rowan Roberts on Tuesday 23rd March 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary teachers to explore the differences between the ways they have been teaching science to pupils who are learning from home...
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Assessment and feedback in blended teaching

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC director Sarah Horrocks and educators Peter Lillington and Rowan Roberts on Wednesday 10th February 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary teachers to explore the challenges of supporting meaningful teacher-pupil dialogue in a remote context. Teachers shared...
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Primary
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Maths in blended teaching

This is a recording of a live session facilitated by CLC educators Peter Lillington and Rowan Roberts on Wednesday 10th March 2021. The facilitators worked with a group of primary teachers to explore the differences between the ways they have been teaching maths to pupils who are learning from home...
Webinar
01:30
Primary

United Learning - EdTech Demonstrator webinars

United Learning has made a number of Microsoft based webinars available to teachers as part of their work as a DfE EdTech Demonstrator school. Each webinar is around 45 minutes and specific topics include: Using Microsoft Forms to Review Learning Using technology to embed Rosenshine Principles (Primary Schools) Lesson Sequencing...
United Learning – EdTech Demonstrator webinars
Primary, Secondary

Microsoft Teams for SEND support

Helen Savory from the Education Alliance has created this short guide to using Microsoft Teams using specific features to support students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). The guide explores live document sharing for collaboration (modelling and scaffolding), use of class notebook for collaboration (including audio) and immersive reader...
Microsoft Teams for SEND support
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Recommended resource - Stuart Carvell, assistant head

‘We’re building for the future, not just for the pandemic.’ Stuart Carvell, assistant head at Eaton Bank Academy in Cheshire, recommends Cloud Design Box for schools using Microsoft Teams and Sharepoint. He talks about how the move to a cloud-based system was already in development in the school before the...
Recommended resource – Stuart Carvell, assistant head
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