Do you have an idea for how interactive technology and game-based learning can improve teaching and learning? Enter your idea in the Challenge to Innovate, or C2i: Gaming Challenge.
Proposed ideas must effectively incorporate game-based learning. Registered participants can review, comment and vote on submitted ideas. At the end of the review period, up to 10 ideas will receive $1,000 cash awards from the National Education Association’s NEA Foundation.
Submissions must be received by March 5, 2012.
The C2i: Gaming Challenge can be found on the U.S. Department of Education’s Open Innovation Portal. Co-sponsored by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, this Portal has been developed as an online forum where key stakeholders in education can share their innovative ideas and collaborate to turn those ideas into a new reality. The Department of Education will play a role as convener of these diverse ideas and facilitator of partnerships.
For more information and to submit your ideas online, visit https://innovation.ed.gov/challenges/gaming/show