Microsoft Quick Tip Videos for Teachers


Improving collaboration between students. Designing more engaging lessons. Saving time. If you're an educator, these are likely things you care about. As technology becomes more powerful and increasingly prevalent in classrooms, the potential to improve student learning grows.

To make it easier to harness the power of technology for student learning, we have put together a series of quick tip videos. This series of Quick Tip Videos are 2-minute clips that show teachers how to use a feature in their classroom right after watching the clip so they can immediately integrate an idea into tomorrow's lesson plan.

These videos are organized based on six core priorities that teachers reporting being the ways they think about how to integrate technology into student learning.

Collaborating with students

Collaborating with teachers

Designing lessons

Teaching lessons

Empowering students

These Quick Tip Videos are short, consumable clips that empower teachers to accomplish a task with free Microsoft tools and technology. Often the challenge with technology as comprehensive as Microsoft's is some features that can be immensely helpful to educators are buried under the multiple functionalities of the products. These Quick Tip Videos present product capabilities to teachers, organized and aligned around classroom goals.

For example, see how to take notes by hand with Windows 8 ink to text .

Then, see how to teach a lesson with text, images and audio using OneNote.

And, see how you can upload and share a lesson in Office Mix so that just your students have access to the lesson and quiz.

Share these videos and more with other teachers.

Comments (2)

  1. Anonymous says:

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  2. Anonymous says:

    We’re excited to announce that we’ll be partnering with a number of top education resource sites and institutions to provide teachers with quality professional development resources.

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