Mrs. Ray's classroom project has been selected to participate in the Microsoft Partners in Learning 2012 US Forum!

102 Educators Selected to Compete for Top Honors at the Microsoft Partners in Learning 2012 U.S. Forum

Nation’s most innovative educators will seek to represent the U.S. at Microsoft’s global competition in Athens, Greece, this November.

REDMOND, Wash. — June 6, 2012 — Microsoft Corp. today announced the 102 finalists selected to attend the Microsoft Partners in Learning 2012 U.S. Forum. The educators will travel to Microsoft’s campus in Redmond, Wash., July 31 through Aug.1 to showcase the creative ways they are transforming learning through technology. An unprecedented number of applications were submitted this year, and the chosen innovative projects represent 25 states across the Pre-K–12 spectrum and include creative uses of blended learning, student video game design, professional development, flipped classrooms with students teaching their peers, and improving communications skills for those with autism and other special learning needs.
 “These educators have applied the technology lens in trailblazing ways to develop real-world learning experiences that are certain to engage students and provide them with the 21st-century skills that will set them up for success, both in and out of the classroom,” said Andrew Ko, general manager, U.S. Partners in Learning, Microsoft. “Recognizing the unparalleled influence today’s teachers have on tomorrow’s leaders, Microsoft’s commitment to education is deeply rooted in empowering teachers with the tools they need to help students succeed and celebrating them as heroes in our society.”
These are the 102 finalists selected to attend the Partners in Learning U.S. Forum:
• Alaska  - Leigh Ray, Seward Elementary School (Seward) -- see showcase of student work at Seward, Alaska: Through Young Eyes

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