Every student is unique with different strengths and abilities. Microsoft provides learning tools to help personalize learning experiences, thus empowering students to access and engage with the content being taught. Accessibility tools such as Immersive Reader, Read Aloud, Dictation, and Translator give students inclusive tools to access reading and writing in ways that meet diverse needs. Products such as Teams, Word, and OneNote Notebook not only allow for collaboration with peers, but also allow students and educators to organize their workflow. PowerPoint’s Presentation Coach, Flipgrid, and the new Reading Progress allow students to demonstrate mastery in student learning allowing for a more holistic student progress analysis. This learning path is designed to help teachers recognize and address various learning needs with Microsoft learning tools.
- Create an inclusive classroom which honors all differences using accessibility tools that will empower students to work independently.
- Identify Microsoft accessibility platforms and tools to enhance student learning experiences through communication, collaboration, and expression.
- Design opportunities for students to demonstrate mastery in subjects by using digital tools that provide access to student thought processes.