At the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference next week, Microsoft will showcase the latest ways we’re empowering the students of today to create the world of tomorrow. This month’s Office 365 updates are another step on this journey, with the broad availability of new classroom experiences in Microsoft Teams, security enhancements and more.
We are pleased to announce that the Immersive Reader—included with Microsoft Learning Tools—is now available for Outlook.com, Outlook on the web and the OneNote for Windows 10 app. In addition, we are adding new language and geographic availability for the Read Aloud, Syllables and Parts of Speech features for Word Online, OneNote Online, Outlook on the web and OneNote Windows 10 app.
OneNote, with its inherent flexibility, allowed my students to visually present their evidence of learning in a nonlinear fashion and to tackle an extremely complex task. 3D printing is a challenging field to explore in the classroom, and I would urge that you not get discouraged by tiny failures; rather, view them as opportunities to model conscientiousness in front of your students.