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Start building your sustainability curriculum
If you’re looking to develop school-wide sustainability curriculum, this is the perfect starting point. Developed in partnership with WWF, these courses will empower your students to make a difference in the 🌎 around them.
Integrating media literacy into your curriculum
Produced by BBC Learning and Microsoft Education, “My World” is a media literacy initiative designed for students ages 11-14. Check it out and start teaching your students how to determine fact from fiction in the news.
Microsoft, in partnership with New Lab and NYCDOE, brings Teams to innovative STEAM education program.
Designed to develop students’ understanding of global issues, the HE3AT program relies on Microsoft Teams to show how real-time collaboration, ideation, and innovation can make a difference.
Hacking STEM lesson from Microsoft Education & NASA
Ever wonder how invisible light turns into colors we can see? In this Hacking STEM activity, students will create their own spectrometers to learn about light frequencies, wavelengths, and the electromagnetic spectrum.
Introduce STEM activities in your classroom
Ignite students’ interest in STEM with offerings from Microsoft EDU! Explore standards-based lessons, free resources, and interactive activities built by teachers for teachers all designed to help build 21st century skills in your classroom.
Flipgrid Explorer Series — Flipgrid
Make waves with Sam from the Aquarium of Niagara in this Flipgrid Explorer Series 🦑 Discover activities on conservation, adaptation, and aquatic recreation within your classroom or with new friends by joining the global #GridPals Grid!
Find, Create, and Share - Lesson Plan
Find downloadable lessons plans created by educators like you, or share your own. Topics range from STEM, to reading and writing, fine arts, business and entrepreneurship, digital literacy and more — it's all available in the Microsoft Educator Community!