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  • Blog Post: Microsoft E2 Global Educator Exchange: Global Challenge Winners

    Since the returned from the E2 Global Educator Exchange in Redmond a few weeks ago, we’ve been bringing you the personal stories of our UK MIEEs, hearing first hand about the people they met, the experiences they had and the ideas and practices they shared with other teachers from all over the...
  • Blog Post: By the Numbers: Microsoft’s Impact on Education [INFOGRAPHIC]

    The following is a re-post from the global Microsoft in Education blog : By the Numbers: Microsoft's Impact on Education From teachers and school leaders to governments and communities around the globe, a massive effort is underway to modernize and transform education. This transformation is...
  • Blog Post: The Rose Review – looking at primary schools differently

    Although it’s officially called the “Independent Review of the Primary Curriculum”, we’ll all call it the Rose Review won’t we? It’s out*, and the media have already started to produce glorious headlines. Whilst The Times goes with a factual “ Primary school children 'should be taught technology, not...
  • Blog Post: Broadclyst Community Primary School Case Study

    We seem to be busy at the moment, getting our customer case studies published on Microsoft’s worldwide case study website . This is partly a reflection of the fact that UK schools seem to be leading the world in their adoption of ICT to support learning ( Of course, each country thinks they’re doing...
  • Blog Post: Do you get asked "How do I do that?" by friends, neighbours and parents?

    If your teachers and students (and friends and family) are always asking you how to do something on the computer, even though you know you showed them at least three times already, you won't be alone - statistics from a recent ICM survey carried out on our behalf show that almost half of all adults in...
  • Blog Post: Freeing Education from the Rigid Box

    Nobody can ever accuse Stephen Heppell from stepping back from the brink...or avoiding difficult subjects. And reading through the Partners in Learning 2007 Progress Report (page 102) I noticed that he's at it again. His first two sentences under the heading " Moving Beyond the Factory School Model ...
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