Your entry in the 2019 Awards of Excellence program will be not be judged on specifications, but on how these products are improving the way educators work and students learn.
Benefits to you
- Simplified entry form
- Creative license - enter using whatever medium helps you best tell your product's story
- Highest approval rating possible - evaluation by actual educators
- All entrants receive an invitation to a special reception at TCEA
- 40 finalists will be recognized in the December 2019/January 2020 issue of Tech Learning, offering exposure to 84,000+ edtech professionals
What to submit
- Product name
- How it's being used in classrooms/schools/districts
- Description of what makes the product unique in the K-12 market
- Description of how your product is helping schools improve teaching and learning. Include specific stories and stats as available to help your product stand out.
- OPTIONAL: You may attach a testimonial to help tell your story (video, case studies, white papers, websites, etc.). These stories don't have to be wrapped up in a pretty PDF or slick professional video. We just want to know how your product is helping schools improve teaching and learning. These stories can include stats on improved test scores, how your product helped one student find success, etc. Many of last year's finalists were able to sufficiently make their cases in the description section of the nomination form without supplemental materials.
How will entries be judged
Entries will be passed through a panel of Tech & Learning advisors. Evaluation criteria includes:
- Product uniqueness
- How the product is helping schools solve specific problems
- Price value
How to win:
Finalists will be categorized and selected into four categories:
• Best use of a product in a classroom
• Best use a product in a school
• Best use of a product in a district
• Best re-invention of a classic legacy technology
Finalists in each category will be announced in December 2019.
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