In a post on the Microsoft in Education Blog, teachers using Windows 10 can learn 10 very handy tips that can save them time, and make learning more fun for students.
With the “Make a Web Note” feature in Microsoft Edge, for example, you can write and draw on your Web browser and save images, not only for your own reference, but to share with your students.
Another feature in Windows 10, Snap Assist, lets students work simultaneously on four windows easily, side by side. “Making a PowerPoint presentation with info from a Word doc and photos? Taking notes in OneNote from your Microsoft Edge browser? Easy,” writes the Microsoft in Education Team.
To learn more, visit the Microsoft in Education Blog.
Microsoft News Center Staff