Educators are preparing to go back to school, and they’re starting to do so with more than pencils and books. The “digital natives” that fill their classrooms are restless, and teachers are altering their curricula to keep those students engaged and prepared for the future. Microsoft wants to help, and released 2 more education add-ins, 20+ new education templates, and how-to materials designed to help teachers inside and outside the classroom. The new Interactive Classroom Add-in, Mathematics Add-in, and Learning Essentials templates can save time and engage students.
Here’s the Interactive Classroom Add-in in action at UC San Diego:
Jump right to academic collection on Office.com for the free add-ins and templates, or read on for more info.