Microsoft Partners in Learning 2010 Worldwide Innovative Teacher Awards Announced in Cape Town

Microsoft Partners in Learning announced the winners of 2010 Worldwide Innovative Teacher Awards at the 6th annual Worldwide Innovative Education Forum in Cape Town, South Africa. These awards are the global culmination of local and regional events held around the world throughout the year, where teachers present ideas on how technology can further educational transformation […]

Microsoft Partners in Learning announced the winners of 2010 Worldwide Innovative Teacher Awards at the 6th annual Worldwide Innovative Education Forum in Cape Town, South Africa. These awards are the global culmination of local and regional events held around the world throughout the year, where teachers present ideas on how technology can further educational transformation to help students learn.

13 projects placed in this year's competition, selected from more than 125 projects presented this week and 200,000 participants over the course of the year.

Best Practice winners in the 4 main evaluation categories: "Samuel Avornyo of Ghana, Innovation in Community; Martin Ryum and Mette Hauch of Denmark, Innovation in Collaboration; Pat Yongpradit of U.S., Innovation in Content; and Tareq Mahjoub, Tareq Mahmoud, Shahzlan Al Saffar, Omar Ashour, Futooh Khareetah and Majdi Daoud of the Arabic region, Educators Choice."

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