7 perfect micro:bit projects for pupils
In this post we’ve showcased seven of the best micro:bit projects that you can create today, and whether you’re working with beginner, intermediate or more experienced…
Microsoft’s CityNext initiative and our partners can help cities improve education with solutions that span education operations, analytics, research, learning systems and school and campus administration. These solutions can drive more innovative schools, with more cost-effective services and better learning outcomes.
To be competitive, cities need to ensure that their citizens have access to twenty-first century productivity tools. All schools, including higher-education institutions, can benefit from complementary, world-class apps and online services that make it easier to interact and collaborate.Find a partner
Educators already have plenty of administrative and economic data—the challenge is gaining insights from it. With a technology platform that includes cloud, Big Data, mobile and social technologies, Microsoft CityNext and our partners help education customers take full advantage of information assets by directly aligning data with their own goals and aspirations. This strategic approach facilitates better planning and decision-making as well as improved tracking and evaluation.Find a partner
To compete in today's economy, local governments and educators need innovative solutions that streamline learning. Microsoft CityNext offers a people-first approach that helps cities improve digital inclusion with broader access to skills development, and training. Learning management systems (LMS) based on technologies from Microsoft and our partners provide educators with the ability to effectively manage their school's curriculum as well as course delivery.Find a partner
Colleges and universities across the world face increased demands to do more with fewer resources. And like cities, they are tasked with not just doing more with less, but new with less. Their challenges include pressure to modernize operations, compete for students, faculty, and funding, and prepare students for the twenty-first century workforce.Find a partner