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Watch the Windows in the Classroom online seminar and complete the online survey.
Teaching with Technology:
Complete all six Teaching with Technology courses.
Microsoft Innovative Educator:
Upload 5 learning activities to the www.pil-network.com site.
Next steps: Once you have earned the above badges please visit 'Become a Expert Educator' on www.pil-network.com to find out to become a MIEE.
In the 3rd in our series of Windows 8 student demo videos, Elizabeth shares some insight into how she carries out research using the unique characteristics of Windows 8.