Bartholomew Miller

Bartholomew Miller

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    • Website
      https://www.symphonyofideas.wordpress.com
    • Native Language
      English
    • Age Level
      Ages 8-10
    • Categories
      Math & Economics / Climate & Environment / Geography / Religion & Philosophy / Reading and Writing / Government, Politics & Civics / Digital Literacy / Science

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    Physical computing for the non-computer science educator

    Physical computing for the non-computer science educator

    Details:

    This course teaches the basics and benefits of integrating physical computing with MakeCode in any subject area. It provides cross-curricular hands-on learning opportunities for participants within the MakeCode site. No additional items are needed to learn about MakeCode in this course. However, participants can work with materials such as micro:bit or Adafruit Circuit Playground if they have these available.

    21st Century Learning Design: Collaboration

    21st Century Learning Design: Collaboration

    Details:

    This course explores the broader meaning of collaboration, and your understanding of it. You will learn to design lessons in which students can develop collaboration skills. You will be introduced to the dimensions of collaboration and learn to identify when lessons contain these dimensions. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.

    Maker Challenge

    Maker Challenge

    Details:

    Learn how to run your own Maker Challenge with this course and earn 500 points!

    Getting Started with OneNote

    Getting Started with OneNote

    Details:

    Learning is more powerful and dynamic with tools that are already right in front of you – and it’s up to educators to impress this on students in the classroom. With Microsoft OneNote, educators can create digital notebooks that support academic standards and education outcomes across disciplines and tasks, such as writing, reading, mathematics, science, history, CTE, and elective courses. Students may use OneNote across content areas and grade levels, and use OneNote to compile and organize unstructured information, research, and content. OneNote also supports research, collaboration, information management, communication, note taking, journaling, reflective writing, and academic requirements.

    21st Century Learning Design: Knowledge Construction

    21st Century Learning Design: Knowledge Construction

    Details:

    This course introduces you to the dimensions of Knowledge Construction so that students can build deep knowledge that they can transfer and apply in practice. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.

    Teaching Marine Conservation via Skype

    Teaching Marine Conservation via Skype

    Details:

    Learn how to incorporate Skype activities in you curriculum when you are teaching about marine conservation.

    Digital storytelling with Sway

    Digital storytelling with Sway

    Details:

    By allowing teachers and students to focus on content and not worry about format, the Digital storytelling with Microsoft Sway course will show how Sway can be used to capture and share digital stories that need to be told in and around classroom activities.

    Empower every student with an inclusive classroom

    Empower every student with an inclusive classroom

    Details:

    This course is designed for educators of all subject areas who want to empower students to utilize tools to unlock their full potential by addressing a diversity of needs.

    Teach Student-Led Computer Science Advocacy

    Teach Student-Led Computer Science Advocacy

    Details:

    Complete this course to learn how to lead students toward becoming advocates for expanded access to computer science. Even if you’ve never been an advocate before, you can learn to teach students how to become advocates for their computer science interest.

    21st Century Learning Design: Self-Regulation

    21st Century Learning Design: Self-Regulation

    Details:

    This course introduces you to the idea of self-regulation and the dimensions of working on long-term projects, students planning their own work and providing opportunities to revise work based on feedback. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.

    Teaching Sustainable Development Goals

    Teaching Sustainable Development Goals

    Details:

    This short course is for educators and all those who would like to teach chidren and young people about the Sustainable Development Goals, commonly known as the Global Goals. It is intended to support the teaching of the World’s Largest Lesson and all other efforts to educate and engage children and young people so that they support the Sustainable Development Goals and want to turn their support into action.

    21st Century Learning Design: Real-World Problem-Solving and Innovation

    21st Century Learning Design: Real-World Problem-Solving and Innovation

    Details:

    This course defines what we mean by problem-solving and the dimensions that should be present in such activities. Learn how to provide your students with opportunities to engage in real world problems and to apply their solutions or ideas in practice. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.

    Intro to Microsoft Teams

    Intro to Microsoft Teams

    Details:

    Microsoft Teams is a digital hub that brings conversations, content, and apps together in one place. Educators can create collaborative classrooms, connect in Professional Learning Communities, and communicate with school staff all from a single experience in Office 365 for Education. This course will provide educators with the necessary steps for getting up and running with Microsoft Teams.

    21st Century Learning Design: Skilled Communication

    21st Century Learning Design: Skilled Communication

    Details:

    This course introduces the concept of skilled communication and supports teachers to design learning activities where young people can develop this important skill. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.

    Flipped instruction with PowerPoint Recorder

    Flipped instruction with PowerPoint Recorder

    Details:

    This course will teach you how you can use PowerPoint Recorder to flip your instruction, providing content for students outside of class and help to improve student outcomes. 

    Managing Class workflow with Microsoft Teams

    Managing Class workflow with Microsoft Teams

    Details:

    This course is designed to provide teachers a way to assign and collect work, give quick assessments, peek into student journals, and deliver flipped lessons with ease.

    Authentic Assessment with Microsoft Forms

    Authentic Assessment with Microsoft Forms

    Details:

    This introductory course will get you started using Microsoft Forms. With Microsoft Forms, you can create surveys, quizzes, and polls, and easily see results as they come in. When you create a quiz or form, you can invite others to respond to it using any web browser, even on mobile devices. As results are submitted, you can use built-in analytics to evaluate responses. Form data, such as quiz results, can be easily exported to Excel for additional analysis or grading.

    21st Century Learning Design: Use of ICT for Learning

    21st Century Learning Design: Use of ICT for Learning

    Details:

    Information and communication technologies (ICT) have become commonplace in all aspects of life, including education. The use of ICT in education all too often supports the consumption of information and ideas. This course highlights the need to use ICT to transform learning experiences and to create and design new information. To successfully complete this course, you must pass the assessment by answering at least 80% of the questions correctly.

    Introduction to Skype in the Classroom Course

    Introduction to Skype in the Classroom Course

    Details:

    Learn about how to use Skype in the Classroom

    21CLD

    21CLD

    Details:

    21st Century Learning Design (21CLD) for Educators is a collection of 8 courses with 4-6 lessons in each course. This learning path provides teachers with clear and practical ways to develop 21st skills using digital technologies with their students. Through a collection of Office Mix Lessons, 21st Century Learning Design for Educators builds on the research methodology providing a collaborative, practice-based process to help educators transform how they design enriching learning activities for their students. The complete series of 8 courses consists of 20 hours of Office Mix Lessons, video and self-assessment materials. Educators have the opportunity to actively participate in the course by sharing their materials and by engaging in ongoing discussion as part of a community of learners.

    Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert 2019-2020

    Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert 2019-2020

    Details:

    Cheers! You have been selected as an MIE Expert for 2019-2020 and received this recognition for your thought leadership in innovative learning with technology and your desire to amplify your reach and voice to all educators.

    Got Sway

    Got Sway

    Got Sway
    Details:

    Congrats on adding your first Sway to a piece of content!

    Twitter Promoter

    Twitter Promoter

    Twitter Promoter
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    Thanks for sharing with your social network, Twitter Promoter! You've earned a badge for posting one thing from the Microsoft Educator Community to Twitter.

    Microsoft K-12 Education Transformation Framework: Modern teaching and learning

    Microsoft K-12 Education Transformation Framework: Modern teaching and learning

    Details:

    Congratulations for successfully completing the Microsoft K-12 Education Transformation Framework: Modern Teaching and Learning course!

    Skype in the Classroom Expert

    Skype in the Classroom Expert

    Details:

    Congrats! This badge is awarded to educators that have completed all four core courses for Skype in the Classroom (Introduction to Skype in the Classroom, Skype Collaborations Course, Virtual Field Trips Course & Mystery Skype Master course)

    Mystery Skype Master

    Mystery Skype Master

    Details:

    Nice work! You've earned the badge for completing the Mystery Skype Master course. Awarded to recognise your commitment to innovative learning methods.

    Hour of Code

    Hour of Code

    Details:

    You're now an expert on the Hour of Code and ready to empower students with skills for the present and future!

    Skype Collaboration Course

    Skype Collaboration Course

    Details:

    Nice work! You've earned the badge for completing the Skype Collaborations course. Awarded to recognise your commitment to innovative learning methods.

    2018 Summer School 101

    2018 Summer School 101

    Details:

    Congratulations Class of 2018. You’ve graduated from Summer School 101!

    My Minecraft Journey

    My Minecraft Journey

    Details:

    Congratulations for successfully completing the course My Minecraft Journey!

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 9 and 10

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 9 and 10

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    Congratulations for successfully completing the course on My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 9 and 10!

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 7 and 8

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 7 and 8

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    Congratulations for successfully completing My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 7 and 8!

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 5 and 6

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 5 and 6

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    Congratulations for successfully completing My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 5 and 6!

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 3 and 4

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 3 and 4

    Details:

    Congratulations for successfully completing My Minecraft Journey: Lesson 3 and 4!

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 1 and 2

    My Minecraft Journey: Lessons 1 and 2

    Details:

    Congratulations for successfully completing My Minecraft Journey: Lesson 1 and 2!

    Introduction to Skype in the Classroom Course

    Introduction to Skype in the Classroom Course

    Details:

    Nice work! You've earned the badge for completing the Introduction to Skype in the Classroom course. Awarded to recognise your commitment to innovative learning methods.

    Empower Students to Do More with Office 2016

    Empower Students to Do More with Office 2016

    Details:

    Nice work! You've been awarded a badge for successfully completing the Empower Students to Do More with Office 2016 course.

    Make what's next

    Make what's next

    Details:

    Awarded to Educators who completed the "Make what’s next" Learning Path

    Microsoft in Education

    Microsoft in Education

    Microsoft in Education
    Details:

    You've built a great foundation. You've earned the Microsoft in Education badge for completing all introductory courses.

    Introduction to Sway

    Introduction to Sway

    Details:

    Nice work! You've been awarded a badge for successfully completing the Introduction to Sway course.

    Windows 10 Anniversary Update

    Windows 10 Anniversary Update

    Details:

    Nice work! You've been awarded a badge for successfully completing the Windows 10 Anniversary Update course

    Educator Community Influencer

    Educator Community Influencer

    Educator Community Influencer
    Details:

    Your contributions are making a difference. You've earned the Educator Community Influencer badge for referring others or sharing content within the community and earning 12500 points.

    Educator Community Contributor

    Educator Community Contributor

    Educator Community Contributor
    Details:

    Thank you for sharing! You've earned the Educator Community Contributor badge for contributing to the community and earning 8000 points.

    Teaching with Technology Basics

    Teaching with Technology Basics

    Details:

    You've earned the TwT Basics badge for your completion of the Teaching with Technology Basics course.

    Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator

    Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator

    Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator
    Details:

    You've earned the designation for educators who are passionate and committed to empowering learning through technology in their classrooms by earning 1000 points.

    Virtual Field Trips with Skype in the Classroom

    Virtual Field Trips with Skype in the Classroom

    Details:

    Nice work! You've been awarded a badge for successfully completing the Virtual Field Trips with Skype in the Classroom course.

    Re-imagining Learning Spaces

    Re-imagining Learning Spaces

    Details:

    Congratulations! You have passed this course and can now re-imagine learning spaces with Steelcase Education!

    Profile All-Star

    Profile All-Star

    Profile All-Star
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    Cheers to you for creating a great profile! You’ve earned the Profile All-Star badge for filling out your profile and letting us learn a little more about you.

    Skype Ready

    Skype Ready

    Skype Ready
    Details:

    You’re Skype ready! You’ve filled out your Skype in the Classroom and you’re ready for global adventures.

    Community Member

    Community Member

    Community Member
    Details:

    Congratulations on joining the Microsoft Educator Community and earning the Community Member badge.