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  • ClassLink and CoSN presented a webinar that was recorded and available below! 
    Strengthen Cybersecurity—Multi-Factor & Security Trends!  Cybersecurity is a top concern as ransomware attacks on schools continue to rise. Fortunately, there are steps school leaders can take to strengthen data security. Watch this recent webinar from ClassLink and CoSN to learn how tools like multi-factor authentication can protect your data and how using ClassLink adds an extra layer of protection.Many insurance companies are requiring multi-factor authentication for cyber insurance. ClassLink supports many methods.
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Introduction to Windows 11 and Microsoft Edge
Available multiple dates/times: December 7, 9, 13, 15, 21, 22
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This course is intended to provide an overview on how to get started, get organized and work efficiently using Windows 11.

Objectives:

  • Learn how to navigate Windows 11
  • Learn about the Start Menu, Search, Desktops, and Widgets
  • Learn about the taskbar and notification center
  • Learn about the updated File Explorer
  • Learn about the new Microsoft Edge
  • Learn how to customize your computer with Settings

 

Computer Science Education Week is coming up on December 6-10!

Millions of students and their educators will participate in an Hour of Code, a global call to action to demystify, democratize and spark interest in computer science. Take part in this year’s celebrations and host an Hour of Code with your classroom with Minecraft's TimeCraft and MakeCode Arcade’s Save the Forest!

Throughout November and early December, we’re hosting professional development sessions to prepare educators to lead Hour of Code lessons in the classroom. You can also sign up to have a Microsoft Education Expert lead the classroom through an Hour of Code Lesson during CSEdweek!

      • Step 1: Register for an Hour of Code Educator Training
        This year, to help support educators during Computer Science Education Week, we’re hosting professional development opportunities to prepare educators to lead Hour of Code sessions with Minecraft: Education Edition and MakeCode Arcade in their classrooms.
      • Register for an Hour of Code Educator Training
      • Step 2: Register your classroom for a virtual Hour of Code
        New this year, educators can sign up to have a Microsoft Education Expert lead their classroom through an Hour of Code lesson with Minecraft, MakeCode Arcade, HackingSTEM and more during #CSEdWeek!
      • Register your classroom for a virtual Hour of Code lesson

 

Explore Hour of Code resources, lesson plans and other activities: Find everything you are looking for Computer Science Education Week across Microsoft Education.
Minecraft Hour of Code  |  MakeCode Arcade Hour of Code  |  Flipgrid CSEdWeek Events  |  Day of Data: Orcas  |  Global MakeCode Arcade Game Jam 

 

Microsoft Online Virtual Workshops and Training for Students/Teachers

 

MassCUE Members -- want to request training from Microsoft whenever your school is in need of it?  Fill out this intake form.

 

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Better Progress Reports in Google Classroom
Thursday, December 9, 2021 @ 3:00pm-4:00pm

Google Classroom is helpful for digital interactions and managing student work with Google Drive. However, one of the weaknesses of Google Classroom is the lack of reports. Classroom teacher Alice Keeler will show you how she uses a free teacher account in Schoolytics.com to create and share better progress reports with students and guardians. Use Alice Keeler's Chrome extension designed to make it even easier to share progress reports and feedback through Google Classroom.

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Student Engagement with Google Tools
Thursday, January 20, 2022 @ 3:00pm-4:00pm

Student engagement matters for learning. Google Workspace apps such as Docs, Sheets, Forms, Slides, Jamboard, Classroom, and more do not create engagement by themselves. Additionally, paper activities do not always translate well to a digital medium. Google Tools certainly has the potential to create an engaging learning environment when they are paired with pedagogy around what creates engagement. In this workshop, Google Certified Innovator, Alice Keeler, will show you tried and tested engagement strategies utilizing Google tools.

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