Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification Webinar

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Join us for an introduction to the Teq Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015 from 2 – 3 PM CST

Take Microsoft 365 to a whole new level with Teq’s Microsoft Digital Teacher Certification! Join us on Wednesday, June 10th, to get an overview of the course, which will cover programs such as Word, Powerpoint, and Excel. Throughout the certification course, you will learn

  • How to Plan, Teach, and Assess with Office 365
  • How to Use Microsoft as a Teaching Tool
  • How to Collaborate with OneDrive
  • How to make Excellent Presentations with PowerPoint
  • How to use Windows MovieMaker in your Classroom
  • And more!

Register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/intro-to-the-microsoft-digital-teacher-certification-tickets-16936280872

Collaborating & Creating using Microsoft Tools Webcasts

 

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Free webcasts for educators
Educator Webcasts Register and attend to hear firsthand from educators and tech experts on how best to polish your skills, as well as receive professional development resources to help you stay current, on your own time. 

Use Office 365, PowerPoint and Moviemaker to build a collaborative team project for student learning inside and outside the classroom.

Educator-focused learning:

March 7th at 6:30 pm CST: Collaborating and creating on a team project

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Top 10 Tech Time-Saving Tips

Do you want to become more efficient when using technology? We recommend viewing this short TED talks video from David Pogue, Emmy-winning technology correspondent for CBS News Sunday Morning. Here you will learn about using keyboard shortcuts for computers and mobile devices, Google search tips, and more.

What is a Flipped Classroom?

In a flipped classroom, the typical order of teaching is reversed. Students review lecture content outside the classroom using technologies, such as lecture capture video or podcasts, and class time is used for active learning activities. To learn more, watch this excellent video from Penn State University.


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