Blackburn, United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 01, 2009 -- Promethean and European Schoolnet have announced the launch of the 'Best MST Learning Resource Golden Prize' as part of eLearning Awards, Europe's leading competition to reward excellence and best use of technology in education. More than 700 schools and teacher training institutions have registered to present their best projects making use of ICT for teaching and learning. The winners will be announced at a Prize-giving ceremony during the EMINENT 2009 Conference in Vilnius, Lithuania.
The prize aims to recognise teachers' best learning resource or object in the field of mathematics, science and technology (MST). Promethean will offer the winner, selected by an international jury of experts, a full ActivClassroom including Promethean's new interactive whiteboard, Activboard 300 Pro [http://www.prometheanworld.com/server.php?show=nav.19656] with Dual Pen functionality and Integrated Speakers, a full set of ActivExpression Learner Response Systems, and latest specialised teaching software, ActivInspire 1.3. Promethean is a global leader in interactive whiteboards and education technology solutions with 100 countries benefiting from its ActivClassroom products.
Marc Durando, Executive director of European Schoolnet said: "The eLearning Awards is a unique opportunity for schools and teacher training institutions in Europe and beyond to demonstrate how innovative they are and share with others their projects and ideas. This year we introduced the publication of the eLearning Awards entries on the Learning Resource Exchange, a library of learning resources from 16 Ministries of Education and other content partners. This will help raise further the visibility of teachers participating in the eLearning Awards."
"Promethean is pleased to be a sponsor of the eLearning Awards at the Eminent conference and in particular the award for best Maths, Science and technology learning resource award. As the only large classroom technology solutions vendor based in Europe, we are enthusiastic supporters of co-operation within the EUN Schoolnet and have been actively involved with both the Interactive Whiteboard working group and the Learning Resource Exchange (LRE)", said Stephen Jury, Head of Education Strategy at Promethean.
"Our work in support of the European Ministries of Education who make up EUN Schoolnet is part of our overall commitment to spread best practices in teaching and learning to benefit opportunities for young people and quality in our education systems," he added.
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