Tips for making Global Learning Week last all year long |

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Our first-ever Global Learning Week is officially in the books, and we really enjoyed being able to celebrate the resilience of educators and students. With more than 90 percent of students engaged in remote learning, you’ve managed to connect and build relationships that help students thrive. Educators were able to use this week’s events to trade tips they’ve learned to succeed during this time.

We hope everyone who joined had as much fun as we did and learned something new to take back to  students, whether you’ll be working in the classroom, in a virtual learning environment, or some combination of both. The energy, questions, and insights you shared during our week of live events are what make this community special and inspires us daily.

The amazing sessions are free and available on-demand, which means you can make Global Learning Week last all year long. They included:

  • Day 1 | Connect and collaborate with Microsoft Teams
  • Day 2 | Literacy: Engaging every student with Microsoft Learning Tools, Accessibility Checker, and Made by Dyslexia
  • Day 3 | Keeping your students engaged in and out of the classroom with Flipgrid and BBC
  • Day 4 | Building and cultivating problem solving, critical thinking, and creativity with Minecraft: Education Edition, Hacking STEM, and MakeCode
  • Day 5 | Building meaningful relationships inside and outside the walls of the classroom with Minecraft: Education Edition, Flipgrid, and Microsoft Teams

If you missed any of these episodes, or are looking for more resources to continue your learning and preparation for the next school year, please visit our Microsoft Educator Center resource page for on-demand versions of the videos, lessons, courses, and tips.

Even though Global Learning Week may be over, we want to stay connected! Follow us on Twitter at @MicrosoftEDU for daily news, tips, and educator stories.



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