The only condition of entry is that your project was run in a teaching and learning setting between Jan - Oct 2016. We mean this in a very broad sense includes K-12 Schools, Libraries, Higher Education, SPED, Workplace Training.
Other condition include that you must have approval to share your story and images and for E20 to share your story online and at the November event. Must involve an element of best practice that other educators can benefit from – this may be from a successful project, or from one that failed but still has a story to tell.
late entries will not be accepted
For the judging criteria, you must be willing to accept the results are of the voting process. This is more about sharing best practice than winning a competition, so help us share your favourite projects through your own network.
To enter a project we require that you complete our online entry form by the 14th Oct 2016, including a link to a short but engaging digital story video of your project.
All entries must include;
No more and no less than 400 words describing your project, where, when, how, who, why!, the more detail you give us the better people can understand what your project was really about
Make a Video to be posted on our site and social media (2min max, include URL to public hosted video eg. Youtube/Vimeo)
Impact on Teaching/Learning in your sector
Innovation and use of Technology (eg. SAMR)
Embedded Practice & Longterm Impact