Guest Post: Jenn Morgan “I am NCCE” @JennMorganSTS

“I am NCCE” took on a whole new meaning this year as we became globetrotting trainers for NCCE in partnership with Microsoft. For me the fall started off with “I am NCCE” from the mountain tops of Utah and then the NCCE National Trainer Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada. Little did I know that it would also come to mean traveling to places like Copenhagen, Denmark and New Delhi, India to participate as a trainer in the Microsoft Global Partner Summit.

Stepping off the plane in Copenhagen to familiar cold, rainy weather was nothing new; the weather is like the cold rainy days of fall leading to blustery freezing temps of snowy Utah. A few days of sightseeing, learning the lay of the land, was just the starting point for three full days of teaching Microsoft Training Partners from around the European continent. Our training group spent each day focusing on all things Microsoft from Imagine Academy (MSIA) to Creative Coding through Games (CCGA) and Apps, and the Microsoft Innovator Educator (MIE) offerings. I had such a great time with this amazing group and learned more than I could have ever imagined.

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