Do you use technology in the classroom in an innovative way? Care to share? If you do so you could win a PBS Teachers Innovator Award. Entries are being accepted now. The deadline is December 12, 2012. You can register here.
What kind of ideas are being accepted? Perhaps you use smartphones and tablets to ehance learning about art? Maybe you use computer simulation programs to teach the physics behind car crashes Or maybe you use Twitter to teach science. The sky is the limit on ideas.
Here is what you would be eligible to win:
First Prize: The top TEN winners, one from each of 10 subject/grade groupings, will participate in an all-paid, week-long "Innovation Immersion Experience" at The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan in August 2013 plus receive a free professional development course from PBS TeacherLine!
Second Prize: TEN second place winners will receive a Promethean ActiView document camera!
All Winners: All first and second place winners plus TEN third place winners will receive a tote bag chock-full of goodies from PBS & The Henry Ford.
Need some inspiration? Head over to the winner gallery that features their entries and video.