Friday, March 20, 2009

SMART Introduces Lessons That Count Contest

What’s your formula for success?

Have you created a fantastic math lesson? Do you have a great way to demonstrate how a difficult math concept solves a real-world problem? Well, SMART wants to see it! Grab your video camera, and show them how you use SMART products to create innovative math lessons.

The Lessons That Count contest gives you the opportunity to share your formula for creating and delivering successful, interactive math lessons. By entering this contest, you could win a SMART Board 600i interactive whiteboard system.

Learn More and Enter the Contest

Lesson, camera, action!

To enter the Lessons That Count contest, send SMART a two-minute video that offers a glimpse into how you teach a math concept, encourage student participation or present an ingenious lesson that gets everyone engaged.

Smart is looking for videos that show innovative, fun and effective math lessons and display how SMART products have enhanced your classes. In addition, they request a one-paragraph description of the concept you are demonstrating and the SMART products you've used.

The contest begins on March 14, 2009, (International Pi Day) and ends on May 15, 2009. The winner will be selected by a panel of SMART judges, and they will announce the winning entry on June 1, 2009. All finalist videos, including the winning video, will be posted on SMART's TeacherTube channel.

The winner will receive a SMART Board 600i interactive whiteboard system and the winning video will be featured in the June issue of EDCompass newsletter.

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