(Washington, D.C.) – The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE(r)) has named the winners of the 2007 SIGTel Online Learning Awards.
Sponsored by ISTE SIGTel, the Online Learning Awards recognize creative educators worldwide for their pioneering use of telecommunication networks to provide innovative learning opportunities for students in grades K-16. The awards will be presented at the National Education Computing Conference, to be held June 24 to 27 in Atlanta.
This year´s SIGTel Online Learning Award winners have been selected from a field of outstanding international submissions. All projects were evaluated through on online process provided by Global SchoolNet. Judges evaluated projects on the quality of the online learning activity from planning through evaluation, specifically the degree to which the project enhanced regular classroom activity, its achievement of goals and objectives, and the entrant?s reflection of the project.
Julie Lindsay, International School, Dhaka, Bangladesh; and Vicki Davis, Camilla, Ga., United States, for Flat Classroom Project
Sharon Peters, Lower Canada College, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; and Reuven Werber and Karen Guth, Etzion Bloc, Israel, for International Collaborative Literature Project: From Jerusalem to Montréal
Cecilia Estoque , Agusan National High School, Butuan, Philippines; Adrian Asis, Philippines; Collette Cotton, United Kingdom; Claudia Slujitoru and Calin Rudeanu, Romania; Mary Ruby Mangasep, Philippines; Alessandra Talamo, Italy; and Henk Slighte, Netherlands, for My Personal Encounter with the Little Prince: A Telecollaborative Project
Chris Clark, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind., United States, for Snitecast Project
Criss Crissman, North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh, N.C., United States, for Connected Learning Project
Kevin Delaney, Wayland High School, Wayland, Mass., United States, for Wayland High School History Project
Erin Strang, Michigan Virtual High School, Lansing, Mich., United States, for Career Development in a Global Economy (CareerForward)
Abdullah Sujee, Roshnee, South Africa, for Teaching with Flair
For more information about the SIGTel Online Learning Awards, visit www.iste.org/sigtel.
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