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Next week the UK Team will join the best of worldwide education at the 8th Partners in Learning Global Forum.

This forum celebrates the world's most innovative educators and school leaders for bringing technology to life in the classroom and impacting millions of students.  With the theme “Your Ideas Matter,” it is the culmination of a worldwide, year-long series of progressively competitive national and regional events that recognize and celebrate the very best in innovative teaching and learning.

We are pleased to announce that two of our top educator’s will join participants from more than 80 countries to collaborate, create and share their experiences on how to integrate technology and advanced pedagogy in ways that achieve 21st- century learning outcomes.

Please look out for Katie Boothman and Nicki Maddams blog interviews with detailed descriptions of their award winning projects.

A bit about the forum:

This year, we are honoured to host this forum in Prague and bring together 500 education policy makers, education experts and press, school leaders and teachers from more than 80 countries. The event will see how;

  • Education Leaders engage in focused discussions exploring the role of policy in creating 21st century learning environments that prepare youth for a knowledge based world. 
  • Innovative school leaders connect and receive invaluable professional development. 35 mentor schools will also be recognized at the Awards Ceremony.
  • Top educators present innovative uses of technology in the classroom and compete for 18 Global Innovative Education Awards

Laura Ispsen, WWPS CVP, and Anthony Salcito, WWPS Education VP, will join us for the entire PIL Global Forum and will reflect on Partners in Learning’s reaching its 10th year in their respective keynotes.

We will be blogging from Prague, however for instant news and engagement please follow Microsoft Partners in Learning on Twitter (@MicrosoftPIL) and use #PILGF and/ or join the Partners in Learning Facebook page.

 

All information and resources can be found on the Partners in Learning Network – Join for free today.