In this lesson, students use favorite family recipes to learn about history and culture.
In this lesson, students learn to use the Highlight tool to mark rubric-oriented skills and techniques in their writing.
In this lesson, students create a notebook of information about a topic using Microsoft OneNote.
Policy changes enable Microsoft Academic Volume Licensing customers to better manage software updates to students.
Learn about affordable collaboration solutions that help students and teachers on and off campus.
Data-driven decision-making (DDDM) is a system of teaching and management practices that gets better information about students into the hands of classroom teachers.
U.S. Partners in Learning curriculum offers teacher and leadership development and information and communications technology resources.
Higher education customers can pass on the tremendous discounts of Academic Select to their students by participating in the Student Select program. Student licenses are currently available for several key Microsoft products.
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