Microsoft in the Classroom




K-12 educators, and school leaders including

  • Superintendents
  • Principals
  • Curriculum directors
  • Instructional designers


Microsoft in the Classroom (IC) is designed to be a K-12 education specific experiential engagement with school leaders and other influential decision makers in schools and institutions to introduce them to Windows and education devices. These sessions are typically 2 hours, delivered by education professionals who also have deep knowledge of Windows and devices and their ability to deliver immersive learning experiences to students.

The program's intent is to introduce schools to the latest Windows 8.1 devices and tablets.



The Windows in the Classroom session provides:

  • Overview of Microsoft's vision for technology in the classroom
  • Video of a school using Windows
  • Demonstration of Windows in the classroom including a story that outlines using Windows, education apps, peripherals, and Office for enhancing learning through technology
  • Free time for hands-on use of a variety of Windows 8.1 devices


Sample Agenda*


Preparing students for the 21st century workplaces

  • Skills required for today's economy
  • Changing education paradigms
  • Innovative teaching and learning research findings
  • Windows 8 in education
    • Devices
      • Classroom Management
    • Apps
    • Office 365 Free for Education
    • Free Teacher Resources
    • Bing in the Classroom


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*Agendas and time frames are customizable to meet the needs of each organization.