Welcome to the Ed2.0Work European Competition 2.0

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Dear Contestants!

Thank you for all your submissions. Now our jury is working hard to select the best one. We are keeping our fingers crossed for all of you!

Meanwhile, you can take a look on all submissions and make your own private ranking. (The list is available for all registered users of SIGs)


How do you use technology, apps, games or Web2.0 tools in your teaching?

Welcome to the European Competition 2.0 competition. On this page you will find information and links to everything you will need to enter this exciting competition.

For the full guides and rules please download this document.

The idea of the competition is to share the best ideas of the use of free Internet and mobile technologies across education globally.

All entries that conform to the competition rules will be available after the competition on this website for freely available use.

This is your chance to show your great ideas for teaching to the world, we can’t wait to see what you are doing.

The deadline for the competition has passed and no further entries are allowed. 

 

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Ed2.0Work European Competition!

Magnus Lindström's picture

Hi everyone! :)

Sketch Up project

Deborah Nicholson's picture

This was a great concept and its results had wider applications throughout the school. The resulting 3D model was so accurate we were able to use the theatre sketch to plan, design and construct our scenery for our annual school production. Many thanks to Mr Lindstrom and all his students.

 

Hope I'm not too late!

Fernando Rosell-Aguilar's picture

In typical fashion, technology let me down at the last minute. My entry was a little late. I hope it's still OK to be considered.

I also spent AGES trying to become a member as I'm slightly dyslexic and the authorisation code that you need to input was just impossible to read for me. I had to re-enter it countless times. May I suggest that you use an easier to read authentication system?

Looking forward to seeing everyone's entries and how they use technologies.

Fernando