VSTE partners with Big Deal Media to bring you the best in online resources, grant and competition opportunities and more. In this edition, you can Build a Growth Mindset, Cultivate Inquiry, Engineer Inventions & More.
Here are just a few highlights from this edition. Click the link below to learn more about them and find lots more. This edition includes some terrific opportunities to create, share and...maybe win some awards and prizes!
Inspire Change Through Music
To teach a new generation about music’s power to create change, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights and the GRAMMY Museum have launched Speak Up, Sing Out, a songwriting contest for students in grades 6–12. Open to any genre of music, the contest challenges students to write educational and inspirational songs about human rights issues, empowering them to use their creative talents to create change. Deadline February 21, 2016 SOON!
Highlight a Community Issue
PBS LearningMedia is inviting K–12 students to participate in its Meet Me in D.C. Contest by designing an election poster that highlights important community issues. Deadline: March 31, 2016
Share Exemplary EdTech Collaborations
Educators are invited to enter the Collaboration Nation video contest by telling CDW•G about their school or district’s exemplary educational technology collaboration and the measurable impact it has had on learning and teaching. By sharing their successes, schools or districts have the opportunity to win a $50,000 grand prize or one of three $15,000 monthly prizes from CDW•G. Monthly through April 30, 2016...so you have two more months to enter your video!