Using Microsoft 365 Tools to Assess Student Work and Provide Effective Feedback
17th November @ 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm GMT
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About the Series:
Microsoft is teaming up with education training specialist Tablet Academy to deliver a series of events aimed at supporting school leaders and classroom educators to further embed and benefit from the features provided by Microsoft tools. The focus of these events is to help institutions looking to develop both their in-class delivery and remote programmes.
Assessing student their work and providing quality feedback has been a key challenge with remote and hybrid learning. Whether students are learning in the classroom or remotely, we need the tools to be able to provide meaningful feedback and see student progress.
This session is designed for school leaders who are looking at how they can support their staff to reduce the risk of data in their school or college being compromised.
Enabling features and configuring technical settings are really important, but equally important is an awareness and attitude towards cyber security amongst staff.
This session will outline common cyber security risks and issues that education institutions face and how to prepare staff to combat them.
About your Trainer:
Sam is a former English teacher and Head of department with fifteen years’ experience as a teacher, and over twenty working years in education. As a senior consultant at Tablet Academy (UK), Sam now provides training, consultancy and advice on the adoption and best practice, when embedding the use of technology in teaching and learning. She also provides training and guidance for non-teaching staff, and well as support staff working for local and national government.
As an MIE Expert, MIE Master Trainer and Microsoft Certified Educator, Sam can often be found presenting on behalf of Microsoft at worldwide internal and external events.