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Learn Better, Teach Better with Office 365

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Flipped classroom, virtual school, MOOC, gamification of learning – a new theory on how to transform education seems to pop up almost daily. It can be difficult to navigate the maze of ideas and to identify the most promising solutions.

A great place to start is to take a serious look at the education impact of a cloud-based productivity and collaboration solution such as Office 365. Microsoft recently expanded the availability of Office 365 across the African continent, and added attractive free offers for schools and students.

An engaging virtual seminar created in Africa for African audiences - to understand how learners, educators and parents can benefit from the power of Office 365. Discover how to study and teach seamlessly across different online platforms and devices. Find out how Office 365 can enhance learning opportunities inside and outside the classroom, while enabling students to become proficient in the use of productivity tools that will increase their employability prospects. Teachers will benefit from learning about professional development opportunities such as online communities of practice connecting them with colleagues worldwide.