Win a Chromebook! This year ALT are working with Google to run a competition to seek out and celebrate examples of excellent uses of Google Apps in learning and teaching. The prize for the winning entry is a brand new Chromebook.
See http://goo.gl/UxT19 for more information (note 10th July closing date!)
The purpose of this competition is to seek out and then to celebrate examples of excellent uses of Google Apps in learning and teaching.
Entries will be judged by:
Martin Hawksey, Learning Technology Advisor, JISC CETIS
Martin Hamilton, Head of Internet Services at Loughborough University
Sarah Horrigan, Learning Technologies Manager, University of Sheffield, Google Apps Qualified
Kevin McLaughlin, Primary Teacher, Google Certified Teacher, Apple Distinguished Educator
Seb Schmoller, Independent Consultant
Yetunde Folajimi, Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University of Ibadan, and Centre for Computational Intelligence, De Montfort University
William Florance, Head of Education Google Edu for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
Criteria by which entries will be judged
Panel members will judge entries using these six questions as prompts.
1. Described as set out in the requirements?
4. Tackling a learning or other educational challenge?
5. Supported by credible evidence?
6. Well implemented?