5 Ways to Foster Critical and Creative Thinking with Microsoft Technologies – Trent Ray

When using technology to transform learning we must consider the pedagogy that we wrap around any tech tool. This session will encourage you to reflect on the depth of learning and thinking required of a learner when using Microsoft tools such as OneNote, Whiteboard, FlipGrid, PowerPoint, Forms & Sway. How might we move beyond design and use Microsoft technologies as a mechanism for developing future capabilities, such as Critical Thinking? More over could these tools allow learners to evidence thinking and educators to assess development and report/feed back to learners on the progress they are making towards becoming a future ready critical and creative thinker?