Hands on Tips and Tricks for Teachers using Microsoft 365

Hands on Tips and Tricks for Teachers using Microsoft 365

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Tips and Tricks for using Office 365 and Windows for Teaching and Learning

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Many teachers have used Windows and Office 365 for a large portion of their career but are often unaware of many of the features built into these tools that can make your life easier!

In this free webinar, Sam will showcase a range of trips and tricks for using Windows devices and different Office 365 tools.

Learn how to improve your productivity by improving how you navigate between folders and files and utilising a range of features of OneNote, Word, Excel and PowerPoint that you may have never used before.

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This workshop is facilitated by Sam Harris

Sam is a registered secondary teacher, who has worked in schools as a teacher in charge of History as well as an Across School Teacher within a Kāhui Ako (community of learning). In these roles, Sam has worked extensively with teachers on their use of digital technologies in the classroom and has worked collaboratively to establish localised teaching and learning opportunities that are connected and relevant to students lives.

Sam has a postgraduate qualification in digital and collaborative learning and has been a Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator (MIEE). Sam is passionate about curriculum design and is particularly excited about the role that digital technologies can play in transforming teaching and learning experiences through the New Zealand Curriculum refresh and coming NCEA changes.

Below are some of the areas that he can help support within your school:

  • Office 365 for education
  • Aotearoa New Zealand Histories Curriculum
  • Senior Social Sciences curriculum development – History
  • Digital Technologies: Hangarau Matihiko
  • Digital fluency across the curriculum
  • New Zealand Curriculum Refresh & NCEA Changes
  • Middle Leadership mentoring and coaching
  • Working across Kāhui Ako (Communities of Learning)

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