ClassVR delivers virtual reality headsets to turn your classroom into a full immersion. With a headset, you can change subjects, travel through time zones, walk to the Moon and explore
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You can now keep up to date with us and all our projects and adventures here on our new weekly (ish) blog.
We’ve taken time to recharge in the October break after L1 of Scotland’s Learn with Google programme – but we’re back in action next week as we kick off L2.
Browse all Microsoft sessions: https://taeducation.scot/events/ We’re delivering live sessions on behalf of Microsoft in November – covering a variety of topics from coding lessons you can do with your class
Are you looking for a way to save time and money and improve collaboration in your classroom? Well, look no further than OneNote Notebook. OneNote is a digital notebook
Automate Your Classroom for a More Efficient Term with Microsoft 365 This term, use Microsoft 365 to automate your classroom and free up some of your valuable time. How
What is a Micro:bit? The BBC micro:bit is a small computing device used for various applications, from simple code experiments to more complex projects. It’s a great tool for getting
We’d like to welcome Malcolm Wilson (@claganach – give his Twitter a follow) to the TA Scotland team. Malcolm will be supporting our Incubator and Showcase School Programme and is
TA Scotland are running Microsoft’s Incubator Programme and your school could become Scotland’s next Showcase School. Our digital transformation specialist Niall is looking for more schools to participate in this
Did you join Ian Vosser from TA Scotland this week for the first session of Scotland’s Learn with Google Programme? Week 1 focussed on how you can get organised and
Adobe Express for Education is coming to Scotland! This means that educators across Scotland will be able to create their own free educators account. Adobe Express gives teachers and students
The Google for Education tour is stoppping in Scotland on Monday 12th September as the team visits Google Reference School, Duncanrig Secondary in South Lanarkshire. See Chromebooks and Google Workspace for Education in action.