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Going Live with your Learners – some suggestions

Many teachers, parents and learners of all ages have discovered the world of video conferencing in recent weeks as schools have moved online. People are now openly chatting about Zoom, Teams, Google Hangouts etc. in the context of teaching ‘live’ online. For some this is working well, but for others it has not been as easy as first imagined. Teaching live online, is hard and can be a very tiring…

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Summer CPD in DreamSpace & DCU’s Minecraft Studio

For Summer 2019, TeachNet in association with Microsoft Education, are delivering two blended courses (Face-to-face & online), ‘Making Sense of Minecraft for Education‘ and ‘DreamSpace STEM in the Primary Classroom’. Spend 3 days in Dublin City University’s new Minecraft Studio or Microsoft’s immersive teaching and learning space, DreamSpace (1-3 July) followed by 2 days online this summer and learn how to use exciting tools to enhance learning in the primary classroom. Making…

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Last Call for DreamSpace CPD

A last call out to potential participants on our two new blended courses (Face-to-face & online), ‘Making Sense of Minecraft for Education and ‘Enhancing 21st Skills using Microsoft Tools’ in DreamSpace, Microsoft’s new immersive teaching and learning experience. We have a limited number of places still available but book now to avoid disappointment… Spend 3 days in Microsoft DreamSpace (2-4 July) followed by 2 days online this summer and learn how to…

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DreamSpace Courses Now Enrolling

Teacher Courses for Summer 2018 in Microsoft’s new immersive teaching and learning experience, DreamSpace… For Summer 2018, TeachNet in association with Microsoft Education, are delighted to announce two new blended courses (Face-to-face & online), ‘Making Sense of Minecraft for Education and ‘Enhancing 21st Skills using Microsoft Tools’. Spend 3 days in Microsoft DreamSpace (2-4 July) followed by 2 days online this summer and learn how to use exciting tools to enhance learning in…

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Battle in the Cloud – What productivity suite is best for Education?

I (And other contributors) have written at length previously here about the undeniable benefits of cloud based tools and applications in the classroom. Granted, these have been primarily based on Office 365 but Microsoft’s ubiquitous productivity suite isn’t the only game in town, In fact, Google’s G Suite (Formerly Google Apps for Education) was the ground breaker, launching its online office suite back in 2006. Jump forward twelve years on and the…

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Collaborate in School with Teams

Microsoft Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one place. From the Office 365 Education homepage teachers can create collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learnings communities, communicate with staff and more… Watch the step-by-step tutorial below to learn how to get started with Teams in your school.   Want to know more? Check out Microsoft Teams for Education here or enrol for the free…

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