If I was still teaching, I would be using ad-free search through Bing in the Classroom with my students. This free program is focused on helping kids use technology to inspire and satisfy their curiosity through ad-free search. Bing in the Classroom helps students learn about the topics they’re researching by finding relevant links so they can finish their work without the frustration of ads.
—From my post: Bing in the Classroom Provides #AdFreeSearch for Students
Join me on May 28, at 7 pm ET / 4 pm PT to learn more about Bing in the Classroom (#BingClassroomChat), an ongoing program focused on helping kids use technology to inspire and satisfy their curiosity. It provides ad-free, safe, private search in schools, daily lesson plans that inspire critical thinking, and a rewards program that community members can use to earn tablets for their schools.
During our Twitter party we’ll be discussing how Bing in the Classroom can help your child’s school, ways it can assist your child stay focused and safe when using the Internet to help with homework, how to earn free tablets for your school, and more!
What: Bing in the Classroom Twitter Chat
Who: Join your hosts:
- Leticia, Tech Savvy Mama, @TechSavvyMama
- Amy, Teach Mama, @TeachMama
- Caryn, Rockin’ Mama, @Rockinmama
When: Wednesday, May 28 at 7 pm ET
- 2 ($100) Visa gift cards
- Surface tablet
Please note: Winners must be based in the United States. Each host is assigned a prize to give away, will pick a random winner and will forward their mailing information to SocialChorus for fulfillment.