Building Teacher Capacity

Daily Edventures | “Never give up, learn as much as possible, look for new scientific achievements and inventions and embody them immediately.” -Liudmyla Talashkevych, Ukraine – Education Article

Liudmyla TalashkevychEnglish as a Foreign Language (EFL) Teacher, Novoyegorovka SchoolNovoukrainka, Ukraine Finding a path to using technology in the classroom isn’t always easy. For Microsoft Innovative Educator Liudmyla Talashkevych, the journey started in 2009 when she was chosen to participate in the Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement Program (TEA). This professional development program brings international teachers to the United States for six weeks of academic seminars at a host university. Participants observe classrooms and share their expertise with teachers and students,… This is…

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Daily Edventures | “In a world that is constantly changing, education, teaching, and learning cannot remain stagnant.” – Georges Filippousis, Greece – Education Article

Georges FilippousisTeacher, Research Fellow University of Crete, Leonteios School of AthensAthens, Greece Athens, Greece @filvisg   For veteran MIE Expert Georges Filippousis, our ever-changing world is by far the biggest challenge he sees as an educator, along with ensuring that his students acquire the appropriate skills and develop critical thinking and creativity within a framework of responsibility, mutual respect, and co-operation. For Filippousis, the answers to these challenges are various pedagogical methods, using technology for the benefit of students, and aiming at…

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“In a world that is constantly changing, education, teaching, and learning cannot remain stagnant.” – Georges Filippousis, Greece – Education Article

May 28, 2019 “In a world that is constantly changing, education, teaching, and learning cannot remain stagnant.” – Georges Filippousis, Greece Georges FilippousisTeacher, Research Fellow University of CreteLeonteios School of AthensAthens, Greece @filvisg   For veteran MIE Expert Georges Filippousis, our ever-changing world is by far the biggest challenge he sees as an educator, along with ensuring that his students acquire the appropriate skills and develop… This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Bridget Russell Read Full Article

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“We must treat every student as a person who has innate talent.” – Jacek Mielcarek, Poland – Education Article

<!– “We must treat every student as a person who has innate talent.” – Jacek Mielcarek, Poland — April 23, 2019 “We must treat every student as a person who has innate talent.” – Jacek Mielcarek, Poland Jacek MielcarekComputer Science, Programming and English Language TeacherPrimary School of Kornel MakuszynskiRadowo Małe, Poland Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (#MIEExpert) Jacek Mielcarek knows that changing long-held attitudes about teaching… This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Bridget Russell Read Full…

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“Never give up, learn as much as possible, look for new scientific achievements and inventions and embody them immediately.” -Liudmyla Talashkevych, Ukraine – Education Article

May 16, 2019 “Never give up, learn as much as possible, look for new scientific achievements and inventions and embody them immediately.” -Liudmyla Talashkevych, Ukraine Liudmyla Talashkevych English as a Foreign Language (EFL) TeacherNovoyegorovka School Novoukrainka, Ukraine @ekodek2007 Finding a path to using technology in the classroom isn’t always easy. For Microsoft Innovative Educator Liudmyla Talashkevych, the journey started in 2009 when she… This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Bridget Russell Read Full Article

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“Creating something new for the first time is never simple, but if you’re passionate about the ‘why’ behind the work, and can build strong relationships with all stakeholders, it will never seem like hard work.” – Meredith Roe, Australia – Education Article

November 20, 2018 “Creating something new for the first time is never simple, but if you’re passionate about the ‘why’ behind the work, and can build strong relationships with all stakeholders, it will never seem like hard work.” – Meredith Roe, Australia Meredith RoeVirtual School Program ManagerCatholic Education Western Australia (CEWA)Perth, Australia<a… This is only a snippet of a Education Article written by Deb Trevino Read Full Article

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