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Accessibility in the classroom—tools that impact my students

This guest blog post written by Robin Lowell, a Microsoft Innovative Education Expert, who has years of experience working as a special education teacher and an itinerant teacher of blind and visually impaired students. At the Closing the Gap conference this week, she is partnering with Microsoft Office product managers to showcase the technologies she finds most impactful for creating inclusive learning environments.

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OneNote October roundup

This month, the OneNote team focused on updating our Android app to launch new features and bring back some fan favorites. We are also introducing new ways to embed content types and improving usability on shared devices. —Read on to learn more.

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New Learning Tools help educators create more inclusive classrooms

The accessibility features in many of the tools in Office 365—free for students and teachers—that educators use regularly with their students create even more inclusive experiences, enabling all learners to have that “ah-ha” moment that motivates ongoing success.

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Now teachers can include live code demo in OneNote

Calling all teachers! We made teaching programming in your classroom easier with OneNote embed executable code snippets by Repl.it.

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OneNote August roundup

Inking, OneNote Class and Staff Notebooks and the OneNote Web Clipper all received updates in time for the 2016/2017 school year. —Read on for details.

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OneNote Class and Staff Notebooks are now available in over 150 countries

Earlier in August, we enabled OneNote Class and Staff Notebooks for 90 new countries around the world, bringing the grand total to 151 countries where Office 365 Education customers can use the OneNote Class or Staff Notebook app.

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Now Mac users can make the move from Evernote to OneNote

Today, we launched the OneNote Importer tool for Mac, so now even more users can make the move from Evernote to OneNote. Our Importer tool makes moving day easy. —Read on for more details.

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Individualizing instruction with the new Microsoft Forms

Microsoft Forms is one of many "welcome-back-to-school gifts" specifically focused on the needs of teachers.

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Math teachers’ summer collaboration with Office Online in Office 365

Read how OneNote, OneDrive and Office Online helped a conference facilitator keep participants on task to meet the programs goal.

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King’s Schools journey with Sway

Read about one school's journey with Sway from David Harcrow, academic technology coordinator at King’s Schools in Shoreline, Washington.

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Back to school with Microsoft Classroom and School Data Sync

It’s back-to-school time in the U.S. and many other countries, and we’re excited to invite you to the Microsoft Classroom Preview and School Data Sync (SDS) Preview. —Read on for more details.

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Cross-classroom collaboration—student scientists as teachers

Collaboration is the name of the game in education these days. We want students to be able to converse and collaborate in the classroom. But what if we add technology to collaborate across grade levels or even with other schools? —Read more to learn how science teacher and MIE Expert, Cheryl McClure, uses Microsoft technology in her classroom.

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