Science Creative Challenges Winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of our first 3 Science Creative Challenges. With many amazing images to choose from, it was very difficult to choose one winner from each category. The tie-breaking factor in each case came down to the level of student engagement. The winners of each of these challenges will be awarded 3 Premium EDU accounts to give to teachers at their school. Congratulations to Laura Moore, Christi Collins and Patricia Merlino! Many thanks to everyone who submitted an image.

Join our Webinar

Join Laura Moore, Christi Collins and Patricia Merlino to celebrate and share the amazing winning science images submitted to the ThingLink Science Creative Challenges to support learning in the fields of life science, physical science, or earth and space science. Get inspired by these amazing educators and sign up for this free webinar today!

Sign up  to view this webinar, broadcast live from the Illinois Computing Educators Conference at 8:00 PM EST or sign up to receive the archive.

Earth and Space Science

Earth’s Forces, by Laura Moore

Physical Sciences

Reversible & Irreversible Changes of Matter by Christi Collins

Life Sciences

CSI Investigations by Patricia Merlino

                       

Join the Tech & Engineering Creative Challenge

We invite members of our community to join us in creating and curating the best images focusing on Engineering and Technology. This Creative Challenge is open until March 9th, 2015. Winners will receive a $200 gift card. Tap into your creativity and explore the endless possibilities. As a bonus we encourage you include arts integration in an effort to support STEAM (Science | Technology | Engineering | Arts | Math)

->Join the Technology and Engineering Creative Challenge

 

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Susan Oxnevad
Susan Oxnevad is the Director of Education at ThingLink. She strives to build a powerful network of educators who share a passion for using ThingLink to transform teaching and learning. In addition, she also hosts ThingLink webinars for educators and blogs about thoughtful ways to leverage the power of technology for teaching and learning on the ThingLink Blog for Education. Follow her on Twitter @soxnevad
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