Original article: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/education/remote-learning
As schools around the world respond to COVID-19, the need for remote learning tools has never been more urgent. To make the transition to distance learning easier, we’ve created resources, training and how-to guides that we hope will help schools, educators, students, and their families as they navigate their “new normal.”
No matter where you are on your remote learning journey, find tools, training, and tips to help you meet your goals.
Find the strategies, resources, and technology to quickly create online classrooms that help students, teachers, and faculty find new ways to connect and learn.
Bring together face-to-face connections, assignments, and conversations in a single hub that’s free for schools and universities.
Get free tools you need to keep students energized, engaged, and on the path to learning and growing.
Microsoft Education products help ensure that students stay engaged and learning stays on track.
Microsoft Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, assignments, and apps together in one place, letting teachers create vibrant learning environments. Build collaborative classrooms, connect in professional learning communities, and connect with colleagues—all from a single experience, and free to educators and students. Discover more about Microsoft Teams.
Students and educators at eligible institutions can sign up for Office 365 Education for free, including Microsoft Teams, plus more. Use your valid school email address to get started.
Microsoft extends access to Minecraft: Education Edition and resources to support remote learning.
Flipgrid is social learning for PreK to PhD learners—helping students discuss and showcase what they’re learning.
Bring computer science to life for all students with fun projects, immediate results, and both block and text editors for learners at different levels.
Q: How can school districts get help to quickly transition to online learning if needed?
Q: How is Microsoft helping educators quickly get set up for remote learning with Microsoft Teams and Office 365?
Q: What are the resources available for parents and caregivers as schools move to remote learning?
Q: If my school is new to Microsoft for Education, what do you recommend?
Q: Which tools are most useful for remote learning?
Q: Can parents use their own Office accounts for online learning if the school isn’t using O365 Education?