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Worldwide contest winners announced

 Honoring 11 educators from around the world for their collaborative projects using the ePals Global Community™, ePals, Inc., announces the winners of its 2010 Teacher Ambassador Contest.
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 Honoring 11 educators from around the world for their collaborative projects using the ePals Global Community™, ePals, Inc., announces the winners of its 2010 Teacher Ambassador Contest.

The winners are:

- Cheryl Arnett from Craig, Colo., U.S.A., and Rawya Shatila from Beirut, Lebanon
- Thomas Beckett from Wong Tai Sin, Hong Kong
- Mike Fitzgerald from St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A.
- Marsha Goren from Petach Tikva, Israel
- Jeff Horwitz from St. Louis, Mo., U.S.A.
- Todd Kellaher from Palmer, Mass., U.S.A.
- Reinhard Marx from Sundern, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
- Nadina Carmen Nicolici from Drobeta Turnu Severin, Mehedinti, Romania
- Bill Reilly from Delmar, N.Y., U.S.A.
- Suman Sood from Kolkata, W. Bengal, India

Educators from more than 32 countries and territories submitted video entries to the 2010 Teacher Ambassador Contest. Participants were asked to enter their collaborative projects, showcasing how they use the ePals Global Community and digital tools to impact student learning.

With entries ranging from cultural understanding and global peace solutions to natural disasters and the Winter Olympics, the winning projects and corresponding student work are featured on the ePals website and can be downloaded for replication in any classroom.

View the winning entries at www.epals.com/projects/info.aspx?divid=TeacherContest2010-Results.

Winners will be highlighted throughout the ePals Global Community as well as during various presentations by ePals during ISTE 2010, in Denver, Colo., June 28-30, 2010.

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