Building Collaborative Teaching Communities

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The world is changing so fast and a single teacher cannot be expected to keep up with all the shifting trends and emerging tools. But all educators together, each helping one another continually learn and grow professionally? Now that's a powerful force. We spend so much time focusing on putting tools into the hands of students, but impactful student learning starts with the continual collaboration and learning of our educators. Tools like Microsoft Teams foster this connection in an easy-to-use and time-effective manner. That's why Catholic Education Western Australia implemented it into their school system. Contact us to learn more about what their success could mean for your district. The world is changing so fast and a single teacher cannot be expected to keep up with all the shifting trends and emerging tools. But all educators together, each helping one another continually learn and grow professionally? Now that's a powerful force. We spend so much time focusing on p

What technology in our schools is really about is providing already brilliant educators with the tools they need to better communicate and implement their curriculum. That’s what Teams was able to accomplish for Catholic Education Western Australia. Check out their incredible success story in this report.

Interested in replicating their success in your own classrooms? We at FL Computer Tech are too. Contact us to get started.

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Michael Duff is the CEO for FL Computer Tech. His latest endeavors have incorporated voice technology and Artificial Intelligence for Amazon and Google. When he is not in an office he enjoys world travel while living a Digital Nomad’s lifestyle, always on the lookout for a new Startup opportunity.

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