Great news! Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert program applications date EXTENDED to 6 November. Read more…

This is a great program that you do not want to miss out on being selected for. The closing date has been extended to the 6 November. (Last year South Africa selected 16 Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts. Four of them were sent to the Global Forum in Dubai while another four were sent to the E2 Global Educator Exchange in Redmond, Washington.) Microsoft is migrating its information content from the old site  (Microsoft Educator Network)  to Microsoft’s new site called the Microsoft Educator Network that comes into final effect on 30 October 2015!  Your entries have to be uploaded to the new site. The entries can be uploaded to the new site in the meantime – here are the details for getting your entry in before the 6 November!

How to get your entry in by 6 November

1. Join the new community

Join the new Microsoft Educator Community at:  https://education.microsoft.com/ (if you already
had a profile on the Microsoft Educator Network you will be able to move your
details across to the new site). Create your profile.



2. Find put more 

Find out more about the Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert programme
here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/education/educators/miee/default.aspx(if you are not
able to access this link – please join the Microsoft Educator Community first)



3. Nominate yourself

If you think you’ve got what it takes to be a Microsoft Innovative
Educator Expert – fill in the self-nomination form here by 30 October 2015: http://aka.ms/mienomination



4. Have your online file ready

As part of this
online application form you will be asked to provide a link to an online
document, a Sway, Microsoft Mix, online video that:

o   Tells the adjudicators why you consider yourself to be a Microsoft
Innovative Educator Expert

o   Describes a lesson you have taught in which you have incorporated Microsoft
technologies in innovative ways.

o   Explains how do you think being an MIE Expert will impact your teaching?

4. Find out more about the competition

To find out more about this amazing competition visit these links:

Just do it! You never know what can happen!

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