Microsoft Educator Network

Join the Microsoft Educator Network and experience global collaboration!

The Microsoft Educator Network is one of the world largest educator social networks with over 4 million members including educators and school leaders in over 119 countries.

Embraced by the theme ‘Your Ideas Matter’ the Microsoft Educator Network is a community for you, by you, and further amplifies the great work that is being done every day by teachers and schools around the world.  With this idea in mind, we invite you to try out this global online resource and community designed to encourage collaboration and the spread of ideas for the betterment of education worldwide.

To facilitate a truly global community of innovative educators, the site is available in 36 different languages, thanks to the use of Microsoft Translator Services. The evolvement of the Microsoft Educator Network has advanced by including many more new features appealing to educators and schools leaders, including:

Resources that can be immediately used in the classroom: software, tools, lesson plans,
and user generated content.

Support educators and school leaders in acquiring the skills needed to use ICT teaching and learning practices through a meaningful set of professional development content and curriculum.

Connect and collaborate with other educators, school leaders, and their classrooms in building communities of practice, especially thanks to the Hot Topic and the Community discussions.

Sign in, create an account and start connecting with thousands of educators worldwide here.  

Innovate in the classroom, help your students build the skills they need for the future—such as problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity. Innovate in the classroom, help your students build the skills they need for the future—such as problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration, and creativity


Join the Discussion on the Microsoft Educator Network Hot Topic Blog

The Hot Topic offers report, analyses, insights and commentary from qualified experts on today’s most relevant topics for teachers, professors, and anyone interested in following hot topics on education. The blog reports on features and news from around the web and today’s education industry, with contributing editors to write the posts.

Some of the topics include personalized learning, education and technology, classroom instruction, capacity building and leadership and more. Blog readers will be able to contribute insights and comments in discussion areas as well as join monthly calls.

Educators are encouraged to contribute their ideas and help build the growing Hot Topic community with insightful comments! Check it out!


2 Responses to Microsoft Educator Network

  1. Project based learning
    In Project-based learning,learning is contextual, creative, and shared. Students collaborate on meaningful projects that require critical thinking, creativity, and communication in order for them to answer challenging questions or solve complex problems. By making learning relevant to them in this way, students see a purpose for mastering state-required skills and content concepts. Students aren’t just assessed on their understanding of academic content, but on their ability to successfully apply that content when solving authentic problems. Through this process, project based learning gives students the opportunity to develop the real life skills required for success in today’s world. Microsoft helps in using
    Collaborative Tools in the Classroom.
    Tools for Engaging All Learners in the Classroom
    Effective Communication Tools for Teachers
    Classroom Organization Tools for Teachers.
    I invite all educators to share their thoughts,views and experiences about different Microsoft tools for different phases of Project Based Learning.

  2. Padma.S says:

    Yes Pratima, You have rightly said. I strongly believe in Project based learning. It allows students to think,analyze, and lead towards innovative solutions for the problems faced. It stirs the curiosity and makes the students to possess self-empowerment. I have implemented the strategy of PBL and have demonstrated significant, positive desired learning outcome too.

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