SEK-Santa Isabel named an ‘Innovative school’ by Microsoft

SEK Santa Isabel International School has been named a Microsoft School. This scheme aims to certify the most innovative schools using Microsoft programs in its classrooms.

To be considered a Microsoft School at least one of the teaching staff must be a MIE Expert, and at least 50% of staff must have training in ICT tools offered by the company. Furthermore, all the Educational Community, including teachers and students, must regularly use network collaboration tools such as Skype for classrooms, Office 365 or Minecraft EDU and latest-generation tablets such as Microsoft Surface.

Having overcome this new challenge, with the certificate obtained on 19 September, SEK-Santa Isabel continues to be at the forefront of the changes occurring in education and stays true to its primary objective of educating students in 21st century skills.

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