2nd Annual Innovative Technology Classroom Video Challenge
Calling all teachers: How do you use technology in your classroom? Show us! The Department of Learning and Teaching (DLT) and the Mobile Technology Learning Center (MTLC) at the School of Leadership and Education Sciences is accepting submissions for our 2nd Annual Innovative Classroom Technology Video Challenge.
- CREATE a 2-minute video showcasing your innovative use of technology in your classroom
- SHARE it with the SOLES Department of Learning and Teaching
- WIN $500 if Facebook followers vote your use the most innovative
To see last year's finalists, visit the SOLES DLT Facebook page.
- San Diego County residents only
- PK-12 Teacher or TESOL Teacher
- USD teacher candidates are eligible with permission from their cooperating teachers
How to Participate
- Complete the Video Challenge Registration Form.
- Create an original 2-minute video that showcases the innovative use of technology in your classroom
- One lucky teacher will take home the $500 grand prize
- Video entries must be submitted via a Vimeo video link to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Video links must be received by 5:00 pm PST on April 15, 2014
- Duration of entries must be two (2) minutes or less
- Participants are responsible for adhering to all relevant school and district video/photo policies and student privacy policies
- Videos must not include appearances by PK-12 Students
- Examples of student work may be displayed, but no identifying information must be visible
- All adult participants appearing in the video must submit a Consent Release Form
DLT faculty will review all submissions and select the top 10 semi-finalists based on the evaluation criteria listed below. The 10 semi-finalists videos will be posted for public view and voting on the SOLES Department of Learning and Teaching Facebook page and the SOLES MTLC Facebook page. The winning video will be selected by public vote – encourage your friends and colleagues to watch and “like”.
Semi-finalists will be selected based on the following criteria:
- Innovative use of technology in the classroom
- Impact on student learning
- Contribution to increasing access and equity
- Creative content and delivery
- Potential for inspiring other educators