The 2008 SIGTel Online Learning Award Competition is calling for entries
Do you know of an INNOVATIVE educator who is ADVANCING online learning?
ISTE's Telelearning Special Interest Group (SIGtel) Online Learning Award
(OLA) competition recognizes creative teachers for their pioneering use of
online networks to provide innovative learning opportunities for
school-age students K–16.
- Entries should describe innovative telecomputing learning activities completed between February 2007 and June 2008
- Educators worldwide are eligible
- Deadline to submit is March 31, 2008
- Award winners announced in April 2008
- Projects showcased at the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) in San Antonio, Texas June 2008
More information, including a link to the entry form, can be found on the SIGTel Online Learning Award page.
View past recipients of the award.
- (First Place) Julie Lindsay, International School, Dhaka, Bangladesh, and Vicki Davis, Westwood Schools, Camilla, GA, USA for Flat Classroom Project
- (Second Place) Sharon Peters, Lower Canada College, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, and Reuven Werber and Karen Guth, Neveh Channah School, Etzion Bloc, Israel for International Collaborative Literature Project: From Jerusalem to Montréal
- (Third Place) Cecilia Estoque, Agusan National High School, Butuan City, Philippines; Adrian Asis, Philippines; Colleen Cotton, United Kingdom; Claudia Slujitoru and Calin Rudeanu, Romania; Mary Ruby Mangasep, Philippines; Alessandra Talamo, Italy; and Henk Slighte, Netherlands for My Personal Encounter with the Little Prince: A Telecollaborative Project