Winners of Flip Your Classroom Makeover Video Contest named

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,

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

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

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

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.