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Microsoft’s Partners in Learning Program

by on December 10, 2013

Free Microsoft Professional Development & Training Resources for MISBO – Join Today!

www.pil-network.com

The Microsoft Partners in Learning Program (PiL) is a 10-year initiative aimed at improving teaching and learning through relevant and scalable technologies, services and programs designed to help transform education systems around the world. With the Partners in Learning Network, teachers share advice, discover best practices, post examples of student learning projects, learn new ways to utilize technology in the classroom, and gain unparalleled access to education experts. In addition to the collaboration generated via the Partners in Learning Network (www.pil-network.com), Microsoft is able to deliver a portfolio of professional development, tools and resources designed to advance teaching and learning and invests in programs and partnerships to stimulate positive change in education in the United States and around the world. The focus is on programs and offerings for education leaders, educators, and students which will generate improved learning outcomes for all.  To date, Microsoft has helped more than 8 million teachers around the world and reached more than 190 million students in 114 countries.

What you receive for free by joining:

  • Free professional development resources
  • Teacher training seminars
  • Teaching with Technology (TwT) online curriculum
  • Free trainings for teacher leaders on designing learning activities and assessing student work
  • Receive a complimentary research tool to measure your own innovative teaching practices

Contact Jan Michael Uy at januy@microsoft.com for more information on how to join.

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