Learn to create inclusive classrooms to keep all students engaged.
In this engaging course series, you’ll learn how to empower your students with inclusive learning tools from Microsoft Education. From Immersive Reader to Reading Progress to Flipgrid, you can help students of all abilities reach their full potential.
Tools for every learner from Microsoft Education
Get a quick overview of accessibility tools that support diverse learners facing any challenge, helping them build confidence, agency, and independence.
Keep families informed
Use this helpful email template to let parents, families, and guardians know how to find and use accessibility tools that help their students achieve more in school and at home.
Accessibly guide for educators
Learn how to help every student—whatever their unique strengths and abilities—with these suggestions for free, built-in, non-stigmatizing resources and tools that can help every child be more confident and independent, in English and Spanish.
Improve student reading fluency with Reading Progress, new from Microsoft
Boost student success with this free reading tool that lets students work independently and track their own progress while saving teachers time and providing them with helpful insights.LEARN MORE ABOUT READING PROGRESS
READ THE CASE STUDY
“I was always looking for tools that wouldn’t make anyone feel isolated or segregated. I started thinking of how I could use Flipgrid in each scenario, and I could easily create differentiated topics. I could personalize learning for my students.”Christine McKee: Emerging Technology Consultant, Edmonton Catholic School District.
Office 365 and Learning Tools
Improve reading, writing, and math for all learning styles with free Microsoft Learning Tools.EXPLORE LEARNING TOOLS
Build collaborative classrooms and create personalized assignments and assessments for every learner.GET STARTED WITH TEAMS
Use the power of video-based social learning to empower and amplify every student's voice.LEARN ABOUT FLIPGRID
Ease of access settings
Make your computer easier to use, all based on your unique learning style.
If it's hard to see what's on the screen, a color filter helps distinguish text and objects that differ only by color.
Use eye-tracking technology to control your mouse, type, and communicate using text-to-speech.
Read and write email, browse the internet, and work with documents on your PC all without a display or mouse.
Use your voice to type in Office 365 applications like Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
Identify misspellings, grammatical mistakes, and writing style issues as you type.
Run the Accessibility Checker to make sure your work and assignments are easy for people of all abilities to use.
Microsoft Educator Center
The Microsoft Educator Center provides online courses and activities to earn badges, certificates and earn professional development credit.