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“My greatest dream for education would be that students will move away from being just consumers of information, but become problem solvers, innovators, producers, global citizens,” says Joe Lemaron.
If there is one thing that the Microsoft Global Forum – held earlier this year in Dubai – has shown us, it’s that there is power when great minds come together to collaborate and learn from one another.
As a science teacher, Anthony Gioko transformed his classroom with technology in many ways, ultimately helping his students to win national honors. But as a school leader in charge of professional development, he must ensure that all of the teachers … Continue reading
In order to be an extraordinary teacher, you must also be a passionate student.