Know a constructively disruptive teacher who is using technology in innovative ways to engage students and improve teaching and learning opportunities for them? Nominate that educator for T.H.E. Journal’s “Outstanding Technology Innovators in K-12 Education” award:
Weâ€™re seeking exemplary schools, visionary technology leaders, and innovative vendor partners who have taken their classrooms, schools, and districts to a higher level and made learning come alive for their students through the use of technology.
In our December issue, we will recognize 15 schools or districts whose technology initiatives are models for the K-12 community. One of the profiles could be about you! The December issue of T.H.E. Journal magazine will shine the spotlight on the best of the best.
Nominations are open until August 31, 2006.
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