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Discover new ways of doing things with #Schoolworkhacks

Want to improve math grades or drive better communication inside the classroom? Learn new tools and explore best practices on how to work and study smarter.


Enable Virtual Classrooms

Ramp up remote teaching and learning with these resources from Microsoft Education.

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Create an Online Quiz in a Few Simple Steps

Check your students’ understanding of your lessons by creating an online quiz using Microsoft Forms.

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Strategies for Remote Learning: How to Keep Kids Engaged and Connected

Find out how Micheal Dunlea, 3rd grade teacher in New Jersey, recreates the sense of warmth, camaraderie, and inclusion for his students while teaching remotely.

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Discover time-saving tools and best practices educators around the world use to improve student learning outcomes. Visit us again soon to register for our upcoming webinars!​

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Resources

Explore these guides and other resources to help you enhance academic output and drive a better experience for you and your students. ​

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Top 5 Ways Teachers Can Use Microsoft Teams For Remote Learning

Get the most out of Microsoft Teams for Education while shifting to remote learning with these 5 tips from our Remote Learning Educators Community.

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Staff of 2030: Future-Ready Teaching

What will teaching be like in 2030? Find out what skills and values future teachers will need to cultivate to succeed.

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Microsoft Forms essential: Reviewing students’ responses

In this video, find out how you can check your students’ responses to your Microsoft Forms assessment.

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Exporting data from Microsoft Forms to Excel

Use Microsoft Excel’s rich data analytics capabilities and gain better insights on student performance when you export your class assessment to an Excel sheet.

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