Submitted by Megan Rademeyer
Traditionally girls don’t choose IT as a career path, nor do they take IT as a subject. As part of the Microsoft Showcase Schools program, Brescia House School Microsoft Student Ambassadors Teaghan Lucas, Nikita Lledo, Munashe Mujaji and Kristina Heynes , were tasked to run a project to promote IT.
On 25 May 2016 the Brescia Microsoft Student Ambassadors hosted a networking dinner for grade 11 girls who are taking either IT or CAT as subjects. The girls were seated w...Read more
A message from Microsoft:
Over the past several months we have been listening to our audiences, understanding what they needed from Microsoft to be successful, and driving a cross company effort to provide a one stop hub for Microsoft in Education. This new digital destination provides enhanced collaboration and community for educators, new content and resources for students and leaders, updated product and solutions pages and enhanced navigation that bring together the best of Microsoft in educa...Read more
The Microsoft in Education team has some exciting news. They have launched a new community home: the Microsoft Educator Community. This new site is a central destination where one will have access to over 1.5 million educators around the world, a fresh selection of professional development courses and resources, thousands of inspiring lesson plans, and access to live lessons and virtual field trips.
The new community site is a combined experience of the ...Read more