Get lesson plans and student handouts to offer lessons that help students learn how to apply critical thinking skills when doing research online.
Download an e-book, watch videos, and learn to use Windows Live Movie Maker to make learning more personal with pictures and movies in your classroom.
When students create a movie or interactive slide show to tell their story, learning becomes personal.
Free tools from Microsoft. Engage your students, energize a lesson plan, and save time using free tools for photos, videos, collaboration and education.
Improve collaboration and increase productivity with Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Office Word, and Office OneNote.
Get helpful teaching tips on how to use Office Web Apps to access and share your documents.
Microsoft® OneNote® 2010 gives teachers the ideal place to store their myriad resources and materials in a single, easy-to-organize location.
Watch videos and download how-to guides to learn how you can use Windows 7 in the classroom.
Bing is the decision engine that helps teachers and students quickly find what they need on the Internet in a visual and organized way.
From basic math to pre-calculus, Microsoft Mathematics 4.0 helps you visualize mathematical concepts.
Technology can help make your educational environment more accessible to those with special needs.