Arkansas educators, we know that you’re using digital technology and tools to drive student achievement in your classrooms … and now is the time to be recognized for it! The third annual PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators Program for tech-savvy K-12 educators is accepting entries through Feb. 11.
The top 100 applicants will win a year’s worth of one-of-a-kind professional development opportunities, exclusive PBS LearningMedia Custom resources, invitations to special events and much more! Even better? The top 30 will receive a Samsung Galaxy(R) tablets and three-day, all-expense paid trips to Philadelphia for PBS LearningMedia Digital Summit and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference.
Need a quick refresher for how you enter? Put together a 60-120 second video showcasing how you’re creatively using digital technology and tools in your classroom to help your students achieve, complete a profile, and answer two essay questions. It’s as simple as that! See for yourself when you check out the online application at pbslearningmedia.org/digitalinnovators.
Now, it’s time to get started! Arkansas boasts a great track record in the PBS LearningMedia Digital Innovators program, with Joshua Worthy of Springdale’s Sonora Elementary in earning the title in 2013 and Greenbrier Eastside Elementary’s Sarah Jerry recognized in 2014. We can’t wait to see you named a Digital Innovator in 2015!
Deadline - Feb. 11, 2015