Teachers exhibit classroom projects during Microsoft forum

08/2/2010 | eSchool News (free registration)

Seventeen teams of teachers from 10 states attended last week's Innovative Education Forum in Washington, D.C., to exhibit projects that combine technology and 21st-century skills. The event, which was sponsored by Microsoft Partners in Learning, honors teachers who "practice the elements of 21st-century learning in their own classrooms, and then incorporate these skills into the student learning environment," according to Microsoft. Teachers selected at the U.S. event will move on to the Worldwide Innovative Teachers Forum being held in October in South Africa.

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