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Winners of Flip Your Classroom Makeover Video Contest named

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eInstruction, a global education software and technology company, today announced the three grand-prize winners of its sixth annual Flip Your Classroom – eInstruction Classroom Makeover Contest. The winners, representing the top video submissions from more than 250 entries from across the United States and Canada (excluding Quebec), were selected by a guest judging panel and nearly 20,000 votes submitted by the general public on the contest website, http://flipyourclassroom.einstruction.com.

The complete eInstruction Classroom Makeover is valued at approximately $75,000, with the prize packages featuring cutting-edge instructional technology from eInstruction, Adaptive Curriculum, Fablevision, InFocus, and Starrmatica.

Grades K-5 Winner: Beth Zerkowski’s class from Annunciation Catholic School in Middleburg, FL. Their video, “Call Me Maybe” can be viewed at http://flipyourclassroom.einstruction.com/performances/1bwec1d3rb.

Grades 6-8 Winner: Jonathan Oates’ class from Weimar Hills Charter School in Auburn, CA. Their video, “IT STARTED WITH A CLICKER” can be viewed at http://flipyourclassroom.einstruction.com/performances/1bwaos6hay.

Grades 9-12 Winner: Denise Montgomery’s class from Dover Bay Secondary School in Nanaimo, BC, Canada. Their video, “Dover Bay Gangnam Style” can be viewed at http://flipyourclassroom.einstruction.com/performances/1bwd49czdv.

Winners will receive an interactive classroom makeover with advanced technology*, including:

  • Insight 360™ bundle - The first completely mobile classroom instruction system that integrates instruction with formative assessment, allowing educations to facilitate, annotate and remediate from anywhere in the room.
  • Pulse 360 classpack - The most advanced version of the market-leading student response system used by millions of students teachers around the world.
  • Touch Board - eInstruction’s interactive whiteboard allows students to work at the board for hands-on, collaborative learning and—with the Touch Board pen-and-finger system technology, students have a more engaging, interactive classroom experience.
  • Mobi Student Centered Learning Pack™ - Comprised of three Mobi Learners, designed for student use, the Student-Centered Learning Pack creates collaborative classrooms by enabling multiple students or groups to contribute content to the lesson display simultaneously.


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