- 1.5 hour training held via Zoom
- December 1, 2020
- 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
- Who should attend? Any educator who works with students!
Or copy and paste: https://bit.ly/Galaxy-Digital
Inclusive classrooms aim to serve the needs of all students, regardless of background, identity, or academic skillset. These intentional learning environments leverage flexible content delivery, provide targeted instruction, and encourage student reflection and ownership. Tools such as Microsoft Translator and Office Lens can enhance teachers’ current efforts to meet diverse needs within inclusive classrooms.
Office Lens: Learn how to turn a laptop, tablet, or phone camera into an instant scanner, then seamlessly integrate pictures of whiteboards, notes, and printed or handwritten documents into various Office apps. Provide access to digital materials throughout your classroom (both virtual and face to face) easily using Office Lens, which can be accessed using Window, iOS, or Android devices.
Microsoft Translator: Educators manage many types of learners, including deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) students who require assistive technology or English Language Learners who may not speak or understand the language of the classroom. Educators also interact with students' family members. Live captioning and the ability to participate in multilingual conversations assists students and their parents in engaging with teachers and fellow students.
Microsoft Translator for Education offers seamless classroom integration, helping to bridge communication gaps within presentations, browsing experiences, and casual conversations.