Microsoft Learn for Educators

Equip your students with AI and tech skills for today—and tomorrow​

With Microsoft Learn for Educators (MSLE), faculty members can easily integrate AI Skills, technical skills, and industry-trusted and verified credentials into their curriculum to set students up for real-world success.

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“Utilized across 149 countries, Microsoft Learn for Educators supports nearly 10,000 educators' ever-changing needs. We are excited to help bring AI learning to their students in ways that work for them.”

Dr. Rachel Wortman Morris, Director of Future Skills Initiative, Microsoft

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Three flexible ways to bring Microsoft AI and tech skills into your classroom

  • Teach AI with Microsoft Applied Skills

    Easily enhance your course with Microsoft Applied Skills. Select the AI and tech skills you would like your students to learn and assign the Microsoft Applied Skill. The interactive learning experiences prepare them to earn a Microsoft verified credential that validates in-demand skills.

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Where do you want to start?

Teach AI with Microsoft Applied Skills

Microsoft Applied Skills is the easiest way to bring technical skilling into your classroom while allowing your students to work on real-world tech skills. Getting started is as easy as:

  • Select the Microsoft Applied Skills you want to use in your course and assign the Applied Skill to your students.
  • Your students can work through the learning path and confirm their understanding by passing the assessment.
  • By passing the online assessment students will receive a Microsoft verified credential that will help them stand out as they prepare for their career.
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Why use Microsoft Applied Skills in your Course?

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Online, Free, and Easy to Integrate

You have the freedom to choose which Microsoft Applied Skills compliment or expand your in-class teaching and easily assign them to your students.

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Project based, real-world scenarios

Enable students to efficiently demonstrate learned skills using practical scenarios and interactive lab-based assessments.

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A path to Microsoft Credentials

Ensure your students stand out in their professional journey by helping them earn a credential validating their skills which is verified by Microsoft.

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Resources for Educators

  • Educator content on Microsoft Learn

    Dive deep into learning via the Educator Center on Microsoft Learn with interactive lessons, earn professional development hours, acquire certifications and find programs that help meet your goals.

  • Student content on Microsoft Learn

    Student Hub on Microsoft Learn helps student entrepreneurs and tech enthusiasts expand their technical knowledge and skills in the transformative field of AI. Explore beyond AI fundamentals, stay updated on cutting-edge AI advancements, and practice AI-enabled programming to learn and fuel entrepreneurial ventures.

  • University content on Microsoft Learn

    Explore modules and learning paths from universities like Carnegie Mellon University and University of Oxford to prepare you for a career in cloud.

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