With 2018’s Education Exchange (E2) now concluded, we’re sharing two special episodes of What’s New in EDU, featuring teachers from five different countries who united for a #Road2E2 story.
Our annual Education Exchange serves as an opportunity to come together and explore industry trends – including emerging technologies that support teaching, skills development, modern pedagogies, safe school environments, and predictive analytics that identify at-risk students. It’s a great event for education leaders who help transform today’s teaching systems into learning organizations.
This year, we shared our journey to this year’s Education Exchange through @MicrosoftEDU and #Road2E2 on Twitter. Viewers tuned in live to experience the event from their schools – we broadcasted both keynotes and two special What’s New in EDU episodes from E2 on Facebook.
What’s New in EDU: Episode 13
This episode collects all the highlights, news and happenings from Day One and Day Two of E2. In this episode, we also share more on all our Microsoft Education communities, specifically on how you can attend next year and become an MIE Expert.
What’s New in EDU: Episode 14
We debuted five unique stories of teachers coming to E2 from five different countries and revealed winners from the E2 Award Ceremony.
Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts at the awards ceremony in Toronto, Canada (March 2017).
Join us and become a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert
We invite all educators to join the Microsoft Educator Community – there you’ll find on-demand professional development and training courses that can lead you to becoming a certified Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE). After becoming a certified Microsoft Innovative Educator (MIE), you can continue your journey toward becoming a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert (MIEE). Nominations are open now.