Microsoft Executive Briefing

Today we were treated to an international team of speakers at Microsoft’s Atlanta HQ, including our own National Education Specialist for Microsoft Australia, Travis Smith. Travis was instrumental in organising our “Executive Briefing” with Microsoft and we acknowledge his fantastic support. Their team – Catherine Cavanaugh, Wole Moses, Ginno Kelley, Beau the technical architect and Travis himself – guided us through new Microsoft products and a raft of excellent educational resources and welcomed open discussion about many topics, including relevant research and pedagogies. I will leave more specific comments about content that resonated with members of the tour to their posts, but below you can see images of a very fruitful and productive day that was appreciated by all.IMG_8667 IMG_8673 IMG_8674

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