Welcome to the entry form for the ‘Best Teaching with ICT’ category in this year’s INTERFACE Awards.
Fill in your details and tell us about your use of ICT in the four sections provided. Answers are limited to around 300 words, so keep your explanations concise and to the point. If you have any problems, don’t hesitate to contact us – email@example.com – and we’ll do our best to help out.
What is ‘Teaching with ICT’?
By this we mean any classroom/school activity that involves the use of some aspect of information and communications technology (ICT) – computers, internet, websites, software, digital cameras, movie making, audio, digital music, interactive whiteboards, wikis, blogs, online social networking, and so on. Anything you’re doing that involves one or more of these sorts of tools.
WIN an HP Pavilion x360
The winner will receive a certificate and winner’s logo, plus an invitation to be profiled INTERFACE Magazine. And that’s not all. They’ll also get their hands on a fantastic Pavilion x360 (RRP $899), courtesy of HP.
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Judging criteria for ‘Best Teaching with ICT’
Your entry will be judged by the following criteria. There are 100 points available – the weighting for each category is also indicated.
|Criteria||Judges will assess||Points available|
|Outcomes||The effectiveness of the activity and the way it’s used in meeting its goals, and the overall benefits to you and/or your students.||
|Implementation||Your ability to effectively and successfully introduce and use the activity.||
|Innovation||The creativity and imagination involved in the project||
|Challenges||How you overcame obstacles, identified opportunities and benefits, and used your ICT skills.||
The top five scoring entries will be names as finalists in this year’s awards. INTERFACE readers will be invited to vote for their favourite finalist. The votes will score 10 points for the most popular, 8 points for the second most popular, and 6, 4 and 2 points for the other three places. These scores will be added to the judges’ scores for the final totals.
The winner will be notified directly and announced in the December issue of INTERFACE Magazine.
Entry is now closed. Thanks for entering and good luck!
PLEASE NOTE: This competition is open only to New Zealand residents. Also, as a condition of entry you will receive our reader e-newsletter.
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