Teachers looking for ways to transform the classroom into a personalized and productive learning environment can turn to the Windows Store for apps that can help them do that. The Microsoft in Education blog goes over five such helpful tools.
eBackpack helps teachers go paperless by making it easy to assign, collect, review, grade, annotate and return work to students – all through the app. There’s also offline access and calendar integration. Plus, educators can give audio or video feedback to students.
Head to the Microsoft in Education blog to find out more about this app and several others, including a virtual collaboration hub and an animated, safe environment that helps young students learn about conflict resolution.
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