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MIcrosoft in Education: Teacher Resources

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Primary and secondary school teachers can find lesson plans, free products and services, and new tools for the classroom.
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2 comments on “MIcrosoft in Education: Teacher Resources

  1. Merle Vanderberg
    August 19, 2012

    I have seen plenty of useful points on your site about laptop systems. However, I have got the judgment that laptop computer computers are still lower than powerful sufficient to be a choice when you usually do issues that require plenty of energy, corresponding to video enhancing and enhancing. But for internet surfing, microsoft word processing, and most other prevalent computer capabilities they’re perfectly, provided you cannot mind the tiny screen size. Thanks for sharing your notions.

    • Carol Mortensen
      August 20, 2012

      I find the laptops are definitely efficient for classroom use. Students that require more advanced video software and components are able to find those tools in the computer labs! 🙂 Thanks for your thoughts and commenting!

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