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#Makewhatsnext, #MicrosoftEDU #E2
Using Microsoft to enhance Bloom's taxonomy in the Foundation Phase
“Your name” from “your school/ Organization”
Bulleted description of how you are using technology to #MakeWhatsNext
There is an example on the next slide to give you an idea of what to do. Obviously we’d like to see your creativity at work within the one slide limit.
Please delete the example slide once you have made your own.
Then, please save your slide as “Your name – Make Whats Next” and email it to
mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org@schoolnet.org.za so that we have a record of your #MakeWhatsNext innovation.
Photo/s of your classroom, your #MakeWhatsNext innovation in action, a screen shot of your tool or something you have created
In December 2016 SchoolNet SA was commissioned by Microsoft to run 50 Hour of Code sessions that would reach 2 500 participants.
Using the materials at
code.org/minecraft we introduced learners to basic computer programming skills and language in a fun filled hour.
We also ran a Microsoft Virtual Academy featuring MIE Expert Hawa Patel and Teacher Ambassador Bonolo Sedupane to spread the message even further – and to showcase positive female role models.
This project is a #Makewhatsnext innovation because it shows learners – especially girls – that coding is something fun and enjoyable that they can do! Our hope is that it will encourage more learners to take IT as a subject and to consider technology professions.