Mar 28, 2016 / 09:20

Vietnamese educator wins Microsoft’s new E² Educator award

Microsoft recently revealed the winners of the E² Educator Exchange Challenge awards.

Accordingly, Vietnamese teacher Nguyen Thi Hai Ha and two educators in Germany and the United States (US), won the top award at the Microsoft E² Global Forum for “The Multicultural Classroom” project.
This is the second consecutive year that Vietnamese educators have earned prizes at the Microsoft E² Global Forum. Approximately 240 educators from 79 countries were recognised at the event.

 
Vietnamese teacher Nguyen Thi Hai Ha and two educators in Germany and the United States (US), won the top award at the Microsoft E² Global Forum.
Vietnamese teacher Nguyen Thi Hai Ha and two educators in Germany and the United States (US), won the top award at the Microsoft E² Global Forum.
“The Multicultural Classroom” project of teachers Nguyen Thi Hai Ha (Vietnam), Stefan Malter (Germany) and Deanne Hainlen (US) demonstrated exceptional innovation in their field during competitive sessions at the event.
They worked with their peers to design a project using Microsoft technologies to “Hack the Classroom” to improve teaching and study in modern classes.