Qtopia's Avatar Contest 2011

8/25/2011 By:


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Official Rules & Prizes
Contest runs September 7 - October 31, 2011. Three winners will be announced on or around November 10, 2011. Winner will be featured in the December issue of Tech & Learning.

Grand Prize: Qwizdom document camera, 32-set of Q6 remotes with Q7 Instructor Tablet, Qwizdom Connect site license, One (1) user license of Premium ReadySet (12-month subscription), One (1) user license of WizTeach tools and one (1) user license of Qtopia Plus (up to 4 classrooms / 144 students for a 12-month subscription). Value: $4,500+
First Place: Qwizdom Q7 Instructor Tablet, One (1) user license of Qwizdom Connect and WizTeach Tools, One (1) Premium/ReadySet subscription (12-month subscription) and one (1) Qtopia Plus subscription (up to four classrooms / 144 students for a 12-month subscription). Value:$1,300+
Second Place: Qtopia Plus Premium subscription (up to four classrooms / 144 students for a 12-month subscription). Value: $700+

Contest Rules: Each teacher who enters must register for Qtopia. Once we receive their registration, we will allow them to have the Qtopia Plus service through Oct. 31, 2011 to use with their students at no charge (we will log them into this service). The teacher must have each parent sign a photo release form and parent consent form allowing their students to use Qtopia Plus and be photographed for this contest. Teachers must enter their class lists accordingly so students/teachers are actively using the program in school/at home as a web based service. Each teacher who enters must send in a picture of their classroom dressed up creatively as their own personally designed avatar that they have created in Qtopia and a 200 word overview of why QtopiaPlus has changed the dynamics/learning in their classrooms. Any/all testimonials/pictures can and will be used for Qtopia marketing (there should be a note stating as such).



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