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The Votes Are In: Edutopia’s Tech Integration Lesson Contest

Mary Beth Hertz

HS Art/Tech Teacher in Philadelphia, PA
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We had some wonderful submissions for the first-ever lesson contest and the votes are in. First of all, I want to thank the 7 wonderful teachers who submitted lessons. Educators are always looking for inspiration, and I'm sure your lessons have inspired Edutopia readers around the globe.

Here are the results of the contest voting:

1st Place (22 votes)
Lesson 5: Surreal Animation - submitted by Janine Campbell

2nd Place (13 votes)
Lesson 3: Word Masters Analogies - submitted by Stacey Perez

3rd Place (8 votes)
Lesson 2: Paul Revere's Ride Project - submitted by Paula Naugle

4th Place (4 votes)
Lesson 1: Beauty Through the Beasts -submitted by Carol Frego

4th Place (4 votes)
Lesson 7: Todo el Mundo Hace Juegos con Cuerda/The Whole World Plays String Games - submitted by Fred Mindlin

5th Place (3 votes)
Lesson 6: The Voki Project - submitted by Magda

7th Place (1 vote)
Lesson 4: Family Members - submitted by Carlos Raul Lopez Reatiga

Thank you so much to those who voted and congratulations to Janine, who will receive a copy of Steve Johnson's Digital Tools for Teaching to share with her colleague, Molly Marshall, a Visual Arts teacher.

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