CAC eLearning specialists accepted into Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator programme
Coomera Anglican College’s eLearning specialists have been accepted into the Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator programme
Coomera Anglican College’s eLearning specialists have been accepted into the Microsoft Innovative Expert Educator programme (MIEE).
MIEE is a global programme that supports a thriving community of passionate educators who are constantly learning and working to change students’ lives and build a better world.
Foundation Principal Dr Mark Sly recognises the opportunity that this provides for the College.
“Coomera Anglican College strives to inspire excellence across all elements of the College and is very proud to support staff and teachers in their professional development,” Dr Sly said.
“Warren McMahon and Tadgh Treanor are our eLearning Specialists and work incredibly hard to ensure our students are future-focussed and developing their capacity in the use of technology to help drive eLearning initiatives throughout the College.
“I am extremely proud of what this opportunity will mean for them both personally and professionally and I look forward to seeing the implementation of new ideas and concepts across the College.”
Coomera Anglican College is future-focussed across all elements and has initiatives in place around eLearning to support the development of our future generations.
Warren McMahon said that this was a fantastic opportunity to collaborate with other like-minded educators.
“We are looking forward to collaborating with our peers as part of an exclusive global community that is paving the way to share ideas, try new approaches, and learn from each other,” Mr McMahon said.
“This is a chance to reflect on the great work we are doing at Coomera Anglican College and showcase our use of Microsoft and the impact that it has on pedagogy.”
“We recognise that whilst technology is an accelerator, the power of change lies within educators. We are looking forward to the MIEE journey and using what we learn to continue to inspire excellence in teaching and learning,” Mr Treanor said.Jump to next article