Get organized! Learn how to use Microsoft software in the classroom with tips and tricks for some of your most frequently used applications, like Microsoft PowerPoint, Word, OneNote, and Excel.
OneNote for dyslexia. Use Microsoft OneNote to help students with dyslexia stay organized.
Windows for accessibility. Making PCs easier for students to see.
Microsoft Mouse. Four ways to help a student control the mouse.
If a child you know is having difficulty hearing you or their classmates speaking, they’re probably also having trouble hearing their PC.
You can help a student to concentrate on learning by creating an orderly PC learning environment and by reducing the number of screen elements vying for a stude
Helping teachers improve teaching and learning