Maryland Educator 2.0 Challenge

How do you use technology to reach your students?

from the MSEA website and super cool Adam Mendelson
the Managing Director, Communications and Program Services Center for Public Affairs of MSEA

"Show how your innovative use of technology has helped you connect with students and you could win $100 and a trip to Ocean City to present at MSEA’s 2010 Convention!

It’s easy—register for an account on the MSEA website and join MSEA’s Educator 2.0 discussion board.

To enter, post a description of your project explaining how you’ve been able to better connect with your students using technology.

Tech learning specialists will choose their top 10 favorite entries to receive a $25 gift card and a one-year subscription to Wired magazine. Your project also will be highlighted on the MSEA website.

If you’re chosen as one of the judges’ top three innovators, you’ll receive a $100 gift card and a trip to MSEA’s 2010 Convention in Ocean City.* There, you’ll share your project with delegates from across the state as part of our 21st Century Connections panels on October 16.

Here’s how to enter:

  • Provide your school, grade level, subject area, and local association.
  • Describe your lesson in 250 words or less, including the technology you used and how that technology helped engage your students.
  • Provide your multimedia, including links, videos, screen shots, and/or photos of your project and directions, as applicable.

Deadline for entries: October 1, 2010.

* This includes overnight hotel accommodations at the Holiday Inn Suites hotel and $250 in spending money."

So, Marylanders...TechEducators...Apply today!

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