Submitted by Fiona Beal
It was exciting to make my way to the first Microsoft Meet in Cape Town. Linda Foulkes one of our really enthusiastic MIEExpert15 teachers obtained permission from Sally Bowes for the use of the venue for the Meet.
Unfortunately we had connectivity issues on the day as there was no WIFI in the room (only dedicated connections) and many of the 3G devices also couldn’t seem to connect to their service providers. Hence no tweeting took place.
Here are some of the takeaways from ...Read more
Submitted by Linda Foulkes
You might have attended the Microsoft Roadshow this year
or missed it completely – no worries, here is the opportunity you have been
waiting for! It is time to collaborate together at the first MICROSOFTMEET held
by NetLEARN Update. You will be inspired by all the free technologies Microsoft
has to offer the educator. In addition, if you are wanting a relevant, current
and rewarding professional development route for your teachers, which has badge
incentives and trac...Read more
A great way to learn about exciting classroom practises is to attend and even share at a TeachMeet. Brescia House in Johannesburg is holding just such an event in early June! This is a great opportunity for teachers, librarians, coordinators, principals & IT managers interested in innovation in teaching & learning to learn and share classroom ideas.
Tuesday 9 June 2015, 3pm to 5pm Where? Brescia House School Hall, 14 Sloane Street Bryanston
Completely free, but please pre-register
Linda Foulkes is organising a MicrosoftMeet at Bishops Diocesan College (65 Campground Road, Cape Town) on Saturday May 16th from 10:00am – 12:00pm. There is loads to share and learn with free Microsoft in Education Technologies. Sign up on Linda’s specially created Microsoft Meet Facebook page http://on.fb.me/1GwFxKq. The hashtag at the event will be #MSFTMeetSA
What is a MicrosoftMeet?
This is one of Linda’s ideas based on the TeachMeet idea. TeachMeets are a fantastic opportunity...Read more