Eligibility: NETA Educator contests are open to public and private educators (both K-12 and college/university) in the Midwest, with preference given to Nebraska educators. In addition to any prizes specific to a particular contest, winning educators will receive a non-transferable, complimentary 2018 spring NETA conference registration and if a substitute is required, the winner’s school district will be reimbursed the actual cost for the substitute for both days of conference attendance after submitting documentation of sub costs to Julie Moore, NETA executive director. 2017 ISTE Trek winners are not eligible for this contest.
Up to 6 awards to the 2018 ISTE Conference in Chicago, June 24-27, 2018, will be awarded with a maximum of $2000 each to pay for conference registration, coach class airfare, hotel, local transportation and meals.
Entrants should use creative technology skills to submit a contest entry explaining how you use technology to enhance student learning and how attending ISTE 2018 would strengthen what you already do or allow you to do something new. What are you hoping to learn or gain by attending sessions at ISTE 2018?
A maximum of 2 minutes will be allocated to judging each entry.
The winners will write a follow-up NETA newsletter article by July 15, 2018, explaining what projects or plans will be implemented in their classroom based upon what was learned through ISTE 2018 attendance.
Entries should follow Educational Fair Use copyright guidelines