The finalists


The Partners in Learning Worldwide Innovation Education Forum held in Cape Town last week was a true celebration of enthusiastic, inspiring and passionate teachers.


These are the finalists and the award winners in four different categories:

The Innovation in Collaboration Award
The finalists are:
(I'm proudly one of them)


And the winners are:

Best Practice:
Martin Ryum and Mette Hauch, Denmark: Teachers Leave Them Kids Alone
First Runner-Up:
Jan Webb, UK: Working in a Classroom Without Walls
Second Runner-Up:
Ian Fogarty, Canada: Xenotransplant Debate
Anna Karlsson, Sweden: ICT Enriched Learning

The Innovation in Content Award
The finalists are:





And the winners are:
Best Practice:
Pat Yongpradit, USA: Game Programming with the Microsoft Zune to Promote High School Women in Technology
First Runner-Up:
Adriana Silva de Oliveira, Brazil: School on the Cloud
Second Runner-Up:
Peter de Lisle, South Africa: Biodiversity


The Innovation in Community Award
The finalists are:





And the winners are:

Best Practice:
Samuel Avornyo, Ghana: Rural Food Processing Industries
First Runner-Up:
Barry Corrigan, Northern Ireland: Making Homework Count – Engaging Parents
Second Runner-Up:
Simone Timms, Australia: It Takes A Community To Raise A Child


The Educators Choice Award:

Best Practice:
Tareq Mahjoub, Tareq Mahmoud, Shahzlan Al Saffar, Omar Ashour, Futooh Khareetah, Majdi Daoud, Arabic Region: Accepting Each Other
First Runner-Up:
Preesheila Bheem singh Ujoodha, Mauritius: Wellness and Fitness for Life
Second Runner-Up:
Ricardo Espino González, Mexico: Electronic Logbook

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