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Microsoft Global Minecraft Mentor- Lisa Lougheed

Posted On: Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Two Cherokee County School District teachers have been selected for the Microsoft Education Global Minecraft Mentor Program!

Lisa Lougheed

Carmel ES teacher Merry Willis and Holly Springs ES STEM Academy teacher Lisa Lougheed were selected to join the elite group of 300 Mentors worldwide. The extensive application process hand-selected representatives from more than 70 countries.

“Game-based learning is gaining significant momentum worldwide, and it is great to see CCSD having a seat at the table to help steer the direction,” Chief Information Officer Bobby Blount said. “There is no doubt they will represent CCSD well.”

Ms. Lougheed and Ms. Willis will be recognized by the Cherokee County School Board and Superintendent of Schools at the Board’s meeting on Feb. 15.

Merry Willis

The Program’s main objectives are to: gather expert feedback on Minecraft: Education Edition and related products; support educators on their Minecraft journey; and connect like-minded educators to push game-based learning forward around the world.

Mentors receive the following benefits: direct access to the Minecraft Education team for product feedback and support; A Minecraft: Education Edition Mentor account; advance notice about and early access to upcoming product releases; priority access and selection for webinars, speaking engagements, and other opportunities; an exclusive badge on education.minecraft.net; and other benefits.

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