Educators are recognized for classroom innovation

12/5/2012 | T.H.E. Journal

Three schools in the U.S. were recognized this week for instructional innovation during the Global Forum Educator Awards. The honorees were among 21 international winners and included a middle-school teacher who had his students develop a television show to learn about Egypt, a pair of educators who invited students to teach members of the local business community about sustainability, and a school for students who are blind that uses videoconferencing technology to allow a remote math instructor to teach her students.

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