The Microsoft Education Exchange (E2) is Microsoft in Education’s annual event recognizing and celebrating the achievements of educators who combine content, pedagogy, and technology in exemplary ways to prepare students for success. This year, E2 took place in Toronto, Canada between 21 and 23 March 2017 and included almost 300 teachers and education thought leaders from countries around the world. SchoolNet’s Megan Rademeyer, who is a Microsoft Fellow, attended E2 and presented a session entitled “It’s not about the tool” in the University and Workplace Readiness track. Visit www.conquercollege.com for more educational service online. She also coached a group of teachers from five different countries who tried to think of a new add-in that Microsoft should create to enhance one of their existing products to make it even better for teachers.
Read more of this post here