21st Century Learning Design (21CLD) for Educators is a collection of eight modules. The learning path provides educators with clear and practical ways to develop 21st skills using digital technologies with their learners. 21st Century Learning Design for Educators builds on the research methodology providing a collaborative, practice-based process to help educators transform how they design enriching learning activities for their learners. The complete series of eight courses consists of videos, reading materials, rubrics for each dimension, and anchor lessons. Educators can actively participate by coding anchor lessons and redesigning their learning activities according to the 21CLD rubrics
This module explores accessibility through several foundational concepts. Learn to create an inclusive learning environment through consideration of each accessibility principle.
Learn to teach with the accessibility tools in Windows 10, Office 365, and apps including Teams, Immersive Reader, Math Tools, Word, Translator, and OneNote. Dive deep into areas of student need to learn about specific opportunities and considerations for special education and online learning.
In this course, you will be introduced to the process of adapting existing content and creating new activities in Minecraft which include coding, teach computer science concepts and reinforce computational thinking skills.
Class Teams have all the tools educators need from course curriculum, down to daily lesson content, right to the details of the assignment workflow. Put another way, from introducing a topic to assessing it, everything has a place in Microsoft Teams. This module will demonstrate creating, distributing, collecting, and grading assignments. Microsoft Forms offers assessments built right into a Class Team. The feedback process in Teams is efficient for educators and meaningful for students. The grade book in Teams can integrate with many external grade book apps. Teams also offers Insights to track trends in students’ work and online behaviors. Those trends can include SEL components thanks to the Reflect app that can be added to Class Teams as well.
This module will demonstrate creating, distributing, collecting, and grading assignments. Microsoft Forms offers assessments built right into a Class Team. The feedback process in Teams is efficient for educators and meaningful for learners. The grade book in Teams integrates with many external grade book apps. Teams also offers Insights to track trends in learnersÕ work and online behaviors. Track trends like SEL components via the Reflect app, which may be added to Class Teams.
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My World Media Literacy, developed in partnership by BBC Learning, BBC World Services, and Microsoft, is a free educational platform for students ages 11-14 designed with the goal of increasing global media literacy and the evaluation of information presented in modern journalism. Featuring ten 45-minute lesson plans, each with activities and a companion video, these 21st century resources increase students’ critical thinking skills needed to be responsible consumers of news while inspiring them to become citizen journalists in order to navigate the news and form their own opinions.
Educators of all subject areas, early grades through higher education, with a working knowledge of Flip learn to use advanced features of Flip in the classroom to empower student voice.
This learning path focuses on using Microsoft Teams to engage with students in remote and hybrid learning environments. Discover ways to utilize Teams to support all learners in different types of learning environments. Educators will find the best ways to connect with their students no matter the learning model.
Each student has emotions as complex and real as their supporting adults Ð but they donÕt always have the words to express and address those emotions. To support the entire student, educators must build a safe place and appropriate scaffolding to help students learn to talk about and take action for social and emotional wellbeing in the classroom.
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Microsoft Teams comes with two types of teams for colleagues to collaborate. Educators wishing to engage in book studies or professional projects can create Professional Learning Communities (PLCs). Staff Teams is structurally similar to Class Teams, but is designed for faculties, departments, and district offices. To encourage collaboration, Staff Teams come with a collaboration space. For privacy and security, there are also read-only and leader-only sections. And finally, there are private sections for each staff member.
The advantages of using the Canvas learning management system with Microsoft Office 365 apps are highlighted in this module. Each platform has its own features for engaging and connecting with learners. Together, Microsoft Teams' collaboration and communication tools along with Canvas's assignment and evaluation resources give educators a powerful and comprehensive framework for supporting learning in a digital context.
Microsoft Teams in educational settings is a hub for content and the centerpiece for collaboration. Teams facilitates communication between educators and students, families, colleagues, and the larger school community.
Use Microsoft Forms for surveys, quizzes, and polls in classes to increase student engagement and voice. Office 365 helps streamline and save time managing learning assessments with Forms