Microsoft Mouse Mischief

1 Computer + 1 PowerPoint + Multiple Mice = Learning that’s Fun

Microsoft Mouse Mischief offers an interactive platform for all students to become actively engaged in each lesson, every day.  Furthermore, teachers can tell, immediately, which students are understanding the concepts being taught – while students receive immediate feedback and teachers allow each question to drive his or her instruction for reteaching points or enrichment opportunities.

Multi-mouse presentations are available for teachers to download already created lessons to adopt for their own use, too.  Therefore, teachers are able to use lessons that have already been shared by other teachers.  Best of all, the program is free of charge as long as you have the Microsoft software updates.  Read reviews, sample lessons, and inspired ideas here.

A teacher could start out small by purchasing 5-6 mice for small groups to use during lessons as a team, or for an affordable price, one could purchase a class set of wireless mice.  Another idea would be to add a wireless mouse to your school supply list.  Watch below how this could work for you!

Erin

Mother. Teacher. Keynote. Author

Erin Klein is an award winning educator, national keynote speaker, author, and mother.

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