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Lesson Example: Minecraft Finding Volume

This video is a great resource to show your students. The Minecraft character walks the students through the basic concepts regarding the measurement...

Lesson Example: Minecraft Boundaries & Volcanoes

Science teachers can make the concepts of volcanoes and continental boundaries more interactive with Minecraft. This video highlights a lesson for...

Lesson Example: Minecraft Civics Project

In this video, elementary students explore some of the following questions using Minecraft:How do we build a perfect community?What does a "perfect"...

Why Should My Class Minecraft?

Technology can be a pathway that leads teachers and students into the world of student-centered learning. Minecraft is a tool that can spark...

Why Skype in the Classroom?

The idea of using a live broadcasting software like Skype can be very intimidating. However, this is a tool that can help teachers break the chains...

Skype in the Classroom Resources

Microsoft has built an excellent place for teachers to share resources. The Microsoft Educator Community is a rich site for lessons and tools. Even...

Skype: How Do I Do It?

The idea of using a live broadcasting software like Skype can be very intimidating. However, this is a tool that can help teachers break the chains...

Microsoft: OneNote Basics & More

If you are a Microsoft school, or even if you're not OneNote is a very powerful FREE way to organize all of your important files. It is cloud-based...

Microsoft: OneDrive Basics

More FREE could storage! Microsoft has produced a cloud-based storage solution that is very similar to Dropbox or Google Drive. You can create Word...

Microsoft Sway: Presentations and Stories

Microsoft Sway is an awesome way for students to get busy creating and sharing! Think of Sway as a way to create interactive presentations, reports,...

OneNote: Classroom Notebook Creator

If you love OneNote you probably already know about some of the great uses of this powerful tool. However, are you using it with your students?...

Microsoft Office Mix Science Experiements

The University of Colorado Boulder has created scientific simulations on their PhET Simulations website that are great for all ages. This...

Microsoft Office Mix & Powerpoint

From Microsofts website:'Office Mix is a free add-in for PowerPoint. It is a powerful tool that makes authoring and sharing of online lessons /...

OneNote: Learning Tools for SPED

Microsoft's OneNote, along with several other of their flagship programs (Word, Powerpoint) has introduced useful learning tools aimed at meeting the...

Office Lens: Immersive Reader for SPED

This video provides an overview of Microsoft's Office Lens app. It is available on many different devices, including devices that are running Google...

Microsoft Product Accessibility Features

Microsoft has been a leader in software for decades. Recently they have made many improvements in their educational products and offerings. This...

Standing Atop a Glacier With Skype

In this resource the Skype Team describes a lesson where students get to explore a glacier up close. Their guide, Pall A. Davidsson, the founder of...

Invite a Guest Speaker Into Your Class Using Skype

When your students are exploring new topics and concepts, there's no better way to help them connect what they are learning to the real world than to...

PowerPoint: Adding Videos

Did you know you can embed YouTube videos into your PowerPoint presentation? Microsoft makes it easy to use high-quality, engaging videos that will...

Lesson Example: Elementary Metric System

Technology rich lessons take time to develop and can be difficult to think of on your own with out seeing some real-life examples. This video...