Encouraging Curiosity

Once again Microsoft is furthering education and supporting students’ development of critical digital skills.  If your school is a part of Bing in the Classroom you may have noticed a new strip or “news feed” appearing across the bottom of the page when you visit the homepage, Bing.com.  This new feature was designed to encourage students’ curiosity.  Students will see a regular word of the day, top education apps and digital literacy tips.  Stories, teasers and tips are hand-picked by the editorial team at Bing, specifically for students.  Some of my favorites, they’ll be prompted to learn how to code, how to insult a Klingon and convert their weight in unites of stone with Bing Conversions.  Again, enjoy all of these resources for free by joining Bing in the Classroom!

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