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Microsoft Industry Blogs - United Kingdom: Education
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The ever-growing potential of chatbots in education is now being explored and evaluated across the sector. Given the accessibility of Power Apps, Power Virtual Agents and App Studio, it is no longer necessary to learn how to code to get started with creating your first chatbot in Microsoft Teams.
Building a rich, purposeful and clear remote learning environment will help enrich pupils and keep them, staff and parents connected.
Podcasts are an increasingly popular medium of educational content, and can often be leveraged to great effect in teaching and learning.
By giving employees the ability to share knowledge, skills, and practice together, you can learn how to run a successful online event with Teams.
With PowerPoint and Microsoft Stream, you can create engaging and creative virtual lessons you can share with students in a remote learning environment.
Effective teaching and adaptive learning enhanced by machine learning can help students master and retain skills 1.5 times faster. Find out more.
Ensure all staff can confidently use technology to enable remote learning, collaborate better, and save time to focus on development and training.
Giving your students’ access to anywhere learning helps them to continue learning through disruption, gain confidence and digital skills.
Discover how educators are using Microsoft Teams to develop real-world transferable skills in students while increasing their learning opportunity.
Minecraft: Education Edition can be used to create engaging activities ideal for remote access learning to help students unlock their potential.
One of the greatest joys of teaching is walking into a classroom in the morning and being greeted by a room full of smiling students who are eager to learn and excited for the day ahead… Or perhaps it’s more accurate to describe a room full of students slumped behind a hoodie, whispering to a