• Sharing experience

    @MARCE67802a0ba2 amazing! Thank you for sharing your experience, I hope your feedback will encourage your colleagues to apply this year and connect with each other here on the E-Teach forum 🤗

  • Indeed, the experience is wonderful! Share us with more of your story!

  • Wonderful! Sharing is caring! Your project reminds me an experiential learning.

  • @Bilim yeees, the title seems to give this idea

  • @chanellelaw

    Hello Chanelle..............you have some ideas for this competition?

    "Empowering students through engaging education, fostering environmental consciousness, and advancing scientific literacy. Committed to shaping future leaders in Life and Earth Sciences."

  • @chanellelaw said in Sharing experience:

    Indeed, the experience is wonderful! Share us with more of your story!

    Do you have any ideas about using ChatGPT in the classroom? ..... I suggest "ChatGPT in the learning process" as a topic.

    "Empowering students through engaging education, fostering environmental consciousness, and advancing scientific literacy. Committed to shaping future leaders in Life and Earth Sciences."

  • @Bousl2336873cb4

    Thank you for staying active and asking for new ideas!

    Have you had a chance to review the "Digital teaching tools" category, particularly the "Ways to use GPT in the classroom" thread?

    There are several ideas of using GPT chat for Story Prompt Generation or Reflection and Discussion. These ideas can be adapted to fit the curriculum, students' needs or learning objectives.

    Please share, do you already utilize GPT chat in your teaching practice?

  • This year, I learned about this specific competition, a unique opportunity that offers professional development, collaboration, and experience. I am completing the project with my students at the school where I work, and I hope to contribute to the academic and scientific community.

  • @MARCE67802a0ba2

    Hi there,

    Thank you for sharing your experience! It sounds absolutely amazing and inspiring. Winning a 1-week study tour in China must have been such a fantastic opportunity for both personal and professional growth. As a Puertorrican this is transformative.

    Could you share any tips or insights on how you approached your project and what you think made it stand out? Any advice for newcomers would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks again for the encouragement!

    Best,
    Mr. Bryan

  • Let me share the project that I had last year that won the competition.
    The category that I enrolled in was "Advanced Educational Technology Tools". I submitted my project entitled "The Application of Integration to Find the Area of Stadium."
    Few details of the project:
    Subject : Mathematics
    Grade : 11 - 12
    Topic : Integration
    Activity:
    Students found the stadium that they wanted to explore using Google Maps. They also needed to find the distance for making the scale. After having the screenshot of it, they put it in the Desmos classroom that had been designed by the teacher. They used a Desmos graphic calculator to create a graph fit to the stadium area. Then, they found the area using integration. After that, they needed to multiply it with the scale to find the real area of the stadium. They put their project as a digital poster and share it on their social media.

    For your reference, you may watch the youtube video:
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    Ma**elino F.G. Sundah

  • Thank you very much for motivation!

  • @MARCE67802a0ba2

    What a nice lesson, interesting and very creative. I love all the Incidental skills in the use of technology for your students. From digital literacy, problem-solving, typing proficiency, and communication skills, as well as time management, adaptability, and collaboration are some of them that I see.

    Students also developed research skills, creativity, and critical thinking by navigating digital platforms, troubleshooting issues, and using various software and apps for the projects and assignments. These skills, acquired incidentally, are crucial for preparing students for future academic and professional success in a technology-driven world.

    Thank you for your video-

  • @MARCE67802a0ba2 Hi, sir Marce! What an inspiring video!
    Your video inspires me to apply Desmos to my subject area.

    I love the use of contextual topics in your lesson. The technology allows the students to explore more about the uniqueness of each international stadium in the world.

    Thank you for sharing your valuable video and experience.

  • @Ana_moderator
    Hi Ana
    I am extremely interested in the idea. however, I have just learned about the competition yesterday. I will do my best to be able to join to the challenge.
    It would be great if you could provide me with new idea for "Ways to use GPT in the classroom"
    thanks in advance.

  • @NICK_3a51b62840 said in Sharing experience:

    I am extremely interested in the idea. however, I have just learned about the competition yesterday. I will do my best to be able to join to the challenge.

  • @MARCE67802a0ba2 said in Sharing experience:

    Hi teachers, please don't hesitate to join this competition. It is free and the reward is very amazing. I won the first edition in the category of Advanced Educational Technology Tools by submitting my project entitled "The Application of Integration to Find the Area of Stadium." I received the award for 1 week study tour in China. It was a wonderful experience for me. Every cost was borne by UNESCO IITE and Netdragon. I was so grateful. So, come and join!!

    I'm definitely aiming to win this contest too! Not only for the recognition, but for all the incredible insights and feedback it will offer. I'm eager to learn from the experience, grow my skills, and make the most of this opportunity.

    Let's both give it our best shot!

    Contacts:
    Shakhnoza Khamrayeva
    Sehriyo School, Tashkent
    WhatsApp: +998881585511
    hamraeva.s@gmail.com

  • @MARCE67802a0ba2 Dear colleague,
    Congratulations on your amazing achievement in winning the first edition of the competition! Your success with "The Application of Integration to Find the Area of Stadium" is truly inspiring. What an incredible reward to receive a week-long study tour in China - it must have been a fantastic experience.
    Thank you for sharing this opportunity with the teaching community. I'm excited to hear about the positive impact it had on you, and I'm sure it will motivate many others to participate.
    I recently submitted my own project to the competition. I hope it can serve as an inspiration for both teachers and students, much like your winning entry did. It's wonderful to see how these initiatives can foster innovation in educational technology and provide such valuable experiences for educators.
    Your encouragement to others to join is spot-on. These opportunities for professional growth and international exposure are indeed rare and valuable. I hope many of our colleagues will take your advice and participate in this competition.
    Once again, congratulations on your well-deserved win, and thank you for spreading the word about this excellent opportunity!
    Best regards,
    Antonia Nikou

  • @Antonia yes my friend. It's not every day that someone takes the time to acknowledge and celebrate another person's achievement with such enthusiasm and warmth. Your words are a perfect blend of sincerity, gratitude, and encouragement. and I'm grateful to be part of a community that values collaboration and knowledge-sharing.