Free Microsoft resources and tips for teachers


Today’s students are multimedia sponges. As an IT professional, you can help teachers engage their classes by recommending useful technology tools from Microsoft that energize lessons on any subject. Please refer to the following details which could be helpful, share it and help!!

 

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Mathematics

Teachers can help improve students’ math skills with free software that helps to better visualize complex math equations and concepts. Includes powerful built-in graphing calculator and step-by-step equation functions that demonstrate the path to a correct answer.

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Free tools

Teachers can energize a lesson plan and engage their students with free tools such as AutoCollage, WorldWide Telescope, 3-D Photosynth tours, and many more. Tools are easy to download and use.

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Windows Live® Movie Maker

Students love watching videos. Now teachers can make videos in minutes to bring almost any topic to life.

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Microsoft Office 2007 & 2010

Improve collaboration and increase productivity with Microsoft Office PowerPoint®, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft OneNote®.

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Microsoft Office Web Apps

View, edit, and share Microsoft Office documents from virtually anywhere with an Internet connection.

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Microsoft OneNote

Organize class lessons, Web articles, videos, and other multimedia class content in one convenient application.

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Windows® 7

Make everyday tasks easier and take less time to complete them. You’ll discover shortcuts to the things you use the most.

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Bing

Find facts, answers, and ideas fast in a visually dynamic way. Bing has lots of interactive Map Apps to make exploring the world fun for students.


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