Naace will be celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2014 and to mark the occasion, they would like to invite schools to enter this year’s competition.
The title of the competition is:
Class of 2044 – how will technology be helping us learn and teach 30 years from now?
Schools are asked to design a digital artefact to illustrate how they think that technology may be helping us to learn and to teach in 2044. For example this could be artwork using digital tools for inclusion on cover of the Naace conference magazine, an animation, a video, a sound recording, an app, a game, etc.Winners of the competition will receive a selection of the prizes donated by the Naace Sponsoring Partners
EducationCity.com are delighted to offer one lucky winner £250 towards a subscription.
Rising Stars are pleased to offer a competition prize of over £800 worth of primary computing teaching resources
The prize from Scholastic consists of £100 of children’s books and all the titles in the following series: 100: English, Maths, Science and Computing Lessons for the 2014 curriculum
Sonocent is delighted to offer a free site licence of Audio Notetaker, worth up to £1499!
Steljes is delighted to offer 20 user licences to the Steljes Training portal for a year.
TakingITGlobal would like to donate one of their e-courses for teachers and for students, they are pleased to contribute a £25 iTunes gift certificate.
More about these fantastic prizes, the application process and T&Cs can be found here.
Deadline for all submissions is 31 January 2014.