Skill up with the latest in AI, Microsoft 365, Windows, and security in education

Advanced
K-12 Educator
School Leader
Microsoft Teams
Windows
Office 365
OneNote
Microsoft Edge

Educators up level their skills with the newest modules on AI, Microsoft Teams, OneNote, Microsoft Edge, Microsoft 365, Search Coach, and security and compliance. For educators and school leaders who were awarded the Microsoft Advanced Educator badge in 2022/2023, the Microsoft Advanced Educator Renewal 2024 badge is awarded upon completion of this learning path.

ISTE Standards for Educators:

  • Educator - Citizen

  • Educator - Learner

UNESCO Standards for Educators:

  • Application of digital skills

Prerequisites

None

Modules in this learning path

Navigate AI in education by looking at essential AI concepts, techniques, and tools, highlighting practical applications. AI can support personalized learning, automate daily tasks, and provide insights for data-driven decision making.

This module explores how educators transitioning to Microsoft 365 from other platforms can use Teams and OneNote, which offer diverse options and an array of features.

This module explores how educators transitioning to Microsoft 365 from other platforms can increase productivity with Office tools, OneNote, and Edge browser in Windows 11.

This module explores how educators transitioning to Microsoft 365 from other platforms gain access to a powerful library of creativity tools and apps.

Search Coach empowers learners to build information literacy skills that transfer to all search engines. With Search Coach in Microsoft Teams, learners build skills in forming effective queries and identifying reliable resources. Educators then review learners’ work and track progress through Insights. Search Progress allows educators to build Search Coach into Teams assignments, giving educators a detailed view of learners’ research processes and critical thinking during a specific research project.

Today, internet-connected services are everywhere, and as a result, so are threats from spammers, hackers, and cybercriminals. Understanding the basics of cybersecurity is the first step toward preparing for the fundamentals-level security, compliance, and identity course as well as preventing malicious attacks.