Microsoft's Innovative Teachers programme

17th June 2005 at 01:00
Technology's big boys don't often get it right in education, so Offline is pleased to put in a good word for Microsoft's Innovative Teachers programme. It's European awards were presented last month in Helsinki and Online and Teacher will be revisiting the impressive UK finalists who were present. Stuart Ball, from Usk Church Primary, Monmouthshire, will represent the UK in the global awards to be held in Seattle, July 18-19.

Congratulations also to the other UK finalists, Kate Norman (St Illytd's Primary, Gwent), Upali Perera (Icknield Community College, Oxfordshire) and Lynn Serafinn (Carshalton College, Surrey).

www.microsoft.comEducationInnovativeTeachers.aspx

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