Communities of Practice
LEGO Adds 110 Master Educators to New Ed Community
LEGO Education has launched a new education community — LEGO Education Master Educators — and has named 110 members to its initial cohort, Applications will soon be accepted from educators around the world.
According to LEGO, "The Master Educator Program is a network of early learning through secondary educators who use LEGO Education solutions in their classroom to inspire future generations. They embody the mission of LEGO Education to encourage hands-on learning to develop 21st century skills and want to share their expertise and experiences with others. Master Educators provide valuable feedback to advance hands-on learning, share best practices, participate in LEGO Education events, receive insider news and more. Applications for educators around the world will open in the next few months and again for everyone in January 2019."
The program is designed for educators working in early education through high school.
Further details on the program and the initial cohort can be found at education.lego.com/en-us/master-educator. LEGO will be exhibiting in booth 1416 at the ISTE 2018 conference in Chicago (being held June 24–27).
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