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$3K video contest – Great Tablet PC Projects Deserve Great Attention!

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I know you’re out there: You’ve done amazing work in transforming teaching and learning with the help of pen-based tablet pcs. You have clear evidence of improved student outcomes – and you have a video that shows what the transformation looks like. You deserve to win $3,000. Here’s how…

 

WIPTE.org, the premier professional community of educators who are using pen-based computing, is running another video contest. Submissions are due September 15th.  Download the Call for Video Entries today!

 

The 2009 winner was Seneca College, where students of the Applied Science Technology Fundamentals Certificate Program at Seneca College share their impressions of how their learning has changed in a first semester post-secondary mathematics classroom. To make the transformation possible, students use HP tablets and interactive DyKnow software.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=il-k65CFqpE

 

 

Good luck!

 

 

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Jim Vanides, B.S.M.E, M.Ed.
Education Program Manager
HP Office of Global Social Innovation
Hewlett-Packard

www.hp.com/go/socialinnovation
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