The teacher of the school number 100 from Dnepropetrovsk received a "gold" in the competition in computer science, which took place in London.
Thus, under the British educational technology exhibition in London (UK) announced the winners of the European competition Microsoft Appathon to create computer applications for educators on the operating system Windows 8. Of the three Ukrainians received two prizes: teachers from Dnipropetrovsk and Kyiv regions. This was told in the press service of the municipality of Dnipropetrovsk.
The absolute winner of the vote, the jury was Eugene Moturnak, professor of computer science and economics. Built on virtual circuits designer high school students and students of technical specialties will now be easier to experiment with the construction of electrical circuits and receive short tips and links to the study of theoretical material.
"The biggest challenge was to create a no technical component, and the idea that was really innovative not only for Ukraine but also for the whole world. Give students the opportunity to see the dry circuitry live interactive way, to show electrical currents, potentials, and allow them to do — that's the main problem, "- says Eugene Moturnak.
Ukrainian teachers developed computer programs for the month will be available for free download from the Windows Store.