Ever tried OneDrive and SharePoint for collaboration?

This presentation is geared at participants interested in acquiring skills on use of SharePoint online and OneDrive for productivity purposes.
Goal: To help better understand how to use office 365 to streamline workflow through sharing and collaboration choices within OneDrive and SharePoint.

Themes: Co-authoring, files stored in one place, teamwork, 1 Terabyte of free storage space.

Activities: Presenter will talk about the benefits of OneDrive.
Participants will take part in co-authoring tasks.

Teach Outside the Box With BreakoutEDU #2

This session with explore BreakoutEDU, a physical puzzle game, consisting of various types of locks, that creates ultra-engaging learning games for people of all ages. Games (Breakouts) teach teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, and troubleshooting by presenting participants with challenges that ignite their natural drive to problem-solve.

The Session will include an introduction to the BreakoutEDU kit itself, the website, teacher created games and time to solve a puzzle with fellow classmates.

Teach​ ​Outside​ ​the​ ​Box​ ​With​ ​BreakoutEDU​ ​- VR Puzzle – #1

This session with explore BreakoutEDU, a physical (and digital) puzzle game, consisting of various types of locks, that creates ultra-engaging learning games for people of all ages. Games (Breakouts) teach teamwork, problem solving, critical thinking, and troubleshooting by presenting participants with challenges that ignite their natural drive to problem-solve. This session will have a puzzle based on a VR theme. The Session will include an introduction to the BreakoutEDU kit itself, the website, teacher created games and time to solve a puzzle with fellow classmates.

Speaker: TBC

Setting up a 365 domain

New to Microsoft? Want to get your domain? Come along to this accessible session and learn how to get started with your domain in easy to understand terms.

Creating Communities of Digital Learners

Getting students to create short films in groups is a simple project activity that many teachers have used to integrate technology into their lessons.

Speaker: TBC

Robotics​ ​and​ ​Coding​ ​in​ ​the​ ​Classroom

This session is meant to show teachers that anyone can code and how important coding should be in your classroom. It will also introduce a variety of different robots that teachers can use to teach their students how fun it is to have their coding skills translate into something that they can guide and see in action.

Link to Microsoft Teacher Academy: How to Infuse Computational Thinking in your Teaching with Maker Challenges

Link to Resources:

Coding Camps for Your Classroom

Code: EMCLQCC1818 (500 Points)

Microsoft Creative Coding Through Games and Apps

Code: EMID1CI18 (500 Points)