Leaders in Learning Awards – Apply now!

Get your keyboards ready, because the vast majority of you reading this blog owe it to yourselves to apply for this award! Every year, Cable in the Classroom hosts the Leaders in Learning Awards. This year, there is a specific category that seems like it was tailor made for STAR Discovery Educators. It’s the “Pushing the Envelope with Cable Technology and Programming” and the description reads “Awards in this category will be given to leaders who push the envelope and/or redefine the education frontier through the use of cable technology and cable content. Applicants are expected to demonstrate how their vision, action and innovation had a significant impact on learning.”

I could probably name a couple hundred DEN members who are doing this off the top of my head! This is a wonderful opportunity to share with the world the incredibly innovative ways that you’re making a difference in education. Don’t be bashful, be proud of what you’re doing and share it with the world!

If you’re interested, visit the Leaders In Learning webiste and apply soon! Deadline is January 16th, and with all the holidays, it feels like it’s approaching quickly.

The official blurb:

Are you working with teachers or education innovators who are using new ideas or new technology to better prepare young students for the future?

Applications for the 2008 Cable’s Leaders in Learning Awards are now being accepted for outstanding educators, administrators, policymakers, and other community leaders who implement creative learning programs in their communities, helping to push education progress to new heights. This prestigious awards program, in its fourth year of operation, is administered by the cable industry and its national education foundation, Cable in the Classroom. Applications will be accepted online until January 16, 2008 at 12 p.m. PST.

For an application and complete information about the awards, including profiles of past winners and podcast interviews, go online to www.LeadersInLearningAwards.org.


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