Our Ed Tech is Busted Contest & Lit Lesson Giveaway

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TeachHUB is excited to announce its next round of contests and giveaways just in time to close out the school year. 

With great prizes such as an Optoma portable projector with integral DVD player and sound system or an eNotes premium subscription (valued at $500) on the line, how could you not enter? 

 
Our Ed Tech is Busted Contest & Lit Lesson GiveawayOur Ed Tech is Busted Contest

From now through Monday, May 17th TeachHUB is looking for the most pathetic, compelling and entertaining Ed Tech stories. (And trust me when I say the sadder, the better!)

Finalists will be chosen and a winner will be determined by TeachHUB visitor voting.

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Enter now!

Our Ed Tech is Busted Contest & Lit Lesson GiveawayLiterature Lesson Giveaway

eNotes has donated a premium subscription (valued at $500) with instructional materials on thousands of books including literature study guides, test templates, engaging student "activity packets", and critical essays.

TeachHUB visitors are invited to enter daily until noon Tuesday, June 1st when a winner will be randomly chosen.

Enter now!

 


For complete rules and to submit your entries, please visit: 
http://www.teachhub.com/teacher-tips/contests/ 

Today's Poll

Which types of articles would you like to see from us in 2020?
Classroom Management
13%
Classroom Activities/Games
29%
Teaching Strategies
27%
Technology in the Classroom
23%
Professional Development
7%
Total votes: 254