Pioneering teachers and teacher trainers rewarded with eLearning Awards in Copenhagen
Schools from 9 countries were rewarded for excellent use of ICT in education at the eLearning Awards ceremony, held as part of the annual EMINENT conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. The winners and runners up were selected among 573 entries from schools in 39 countries in the EU and beyond, in this unique competition run by European Schoolnet.
The winning teachers were rewarded with a trip to Copenhagen for the award ceremony. There the teachers had the opportunity to meet leading policy makers from Europe’s Ministries of Education and key technology innovators from SMART, ACER, Microsoft, ENISA and Europeana who adopted the categories this year.
The winner of the Europeana Award for Europe's digital heritage was:
Donal O' Mahony, teacher, Portmarnock Community School, Ireland for 20g Blogs http://historypcs.edublogs.org/2og-blogs/
and the runner up in this category was: Marcos Vence Ruibal, teacher, IES San Clemente, Spain for Pek the traveller flea http://new-twinspace.etwinning.net/web/p24798
For more information about the awards and the winners and runners up in other categories see: http://elearningawards.eun.org/ww/en/pub/elearningawards/homepage.htm