Steve Ballmer makes Mischief in Singapore


Yesterday students at Ngee Ann Secondary got a treat when Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer visited their school on Wednesday. In Singapore for a day, Mr. Ballmer wanted to see how the school was making innovative use of cloud computing technologies for educational development. Ngee Ann Secondary is a Microsoft Pathfinder School, part of the company’s global partners in learning initiative.

He didn’t only discuss cloud computing though. He also got a live demonstration of Mouse Mischief. Ballmer was invited to sit in on Alvin Tan’s Physics class for a Mischief presentation on Isaac Newton and his laws of motion. Tan has been using Mouse Mischief since out initial Beta Program. Below are some photos of the event. Enjoy.

 

 

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