Using Microsoft Translator for Education

Educators manage many types of learners, including deaf or hard of hearing (DHH) students who require assistive technology or language learners who may not speak or understand the language of the classroom. Educators also interact with students' family members during school enrollment, parent-teacher conferences, and other situations. Live captioning and the ability to participate in multilingual conversations assists students and their parents in engaging with teachers and fellow students. 

Microsoft Translator for Education offers seamless classroom integration, helping to bridge communication gaps within presentations, browsing experiences, and casual conversations.

For more information on Microsoft Translator, visit the Translator for Education page

Learn how Microsoft Translator can be used in parent-teacher conferences to provide real-time language translation:

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Learn how Microsoft Translator can be used to help teachers better communicate with students who are non-native speakers, hard of hearing, dyslexic, or have trouble taking notes:

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