If you follow this blog, you are probably aware of Microsoft Copilot, an AI tool available to all staff. In today’s post, I would like to share Magic School, a great tool specifically designed to help teachers get started with generative AI. What I like about Magic School is the variety of use cases it provides to support teacher planning and how it guides us through writing good prompts.

For example, you can find specific generators for creating comprehension questions based on a video or text. You can also generate rubrics, sentence starters, parent emails, group projects, ice-breakers, and more …

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Loop components are powered by the Microsoft Loop app, which is the next-generation co-creation experience that helps you think, plan, and create together with your teammates. Whether you need a table, a task list, meeting notes, or something else, Loop components let you collaborate with your team in real time, right where you are.

You can use Loop components in Teams chats, Teams Meetings, Whiteboards, and Outlook. For example, you can start a Loop component in a chat or Team channel, and everyone in the conversation can edit it inline and see the changes as they happen. You can also embed …

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Microsoft Copilot is an AI powered tool that helps you with your everyday work. Copilot is integrated into Microsoft 365 and it works alongside you, embedded in the Microsoft 365 apps you use every day—Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Teams, and more—to unleash creativity, unlock productivity, and uplevel skills. 

You may have noticed that Copilot is now integrated into the Microsoft Edge browser. Formerly known as Bing Chat, Copilot can be accessed in the Microsoft Edge sidebar. You can ask complex questions, find comprehensive answers, get summarized information, and find inspiration—just like you can when using Copilot in Bing. When using Copilot in Edge, you can also …

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OneNote is a fantastic note-taking app that is part of the Microsoft 365 suite. It provides a great way to capture and organize notes and content from meetings, research sessions, and more. In learning, teachers can organize course content and students can capture notes, journal, solve math problems, reflect on progress, and complete activities.

We are excited to share seven new features now available in Microsoft OneNote, including Quick Note, Graphing in Math, the “Notes” tab in Teams, Scratch out gesture, embed Stream videos, and more.

Want to see how they work? Check out the video below created by Microsoft’s own …

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Scheduling meeting time with a group of people can be a daunting task. Some have the luxury of leaning on an assistant to do this, as it can take a series of emails and phone calls just to find the best time to meet. I have often used a tool called Doodle to find times to meet with larger groups, because it allows the meeting attendees to view a list of potential dates and times, and select multiple times that would work for them. Once everyone votes, the scheduler can then see which date/time will work best for all. This …

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