Google has announce its latest Doodle 4 Google. Google frequently replaces its typical logo with a creative one. They do this for holidays and other special days. I’m sure most of you have seen some of them. Doodle for Google allows students to design their own Google logo and have it published. Th
ey can also win some great prizes including a $15000 scholarship (yes, 3 zeroes). They also have prizes for school districts in the way of technology grants.
This years theme is “What I Wish for the World.” How appropriate given the dynamics in our country.
Please head over to the Doodle 4 Google page to find out more!
I was reading Kevin Jarrett’s blog Welcome to NCS-Tech where he posted about a digital photography contest through techLEARNING. The contest is open to students in elementary, middle, and high school. Students can win a digital camera, Adobe Photoshop Elements and other prizes. Students can submit a picture “as is” or one that has been edited using photoediting software like Adobe’s Photoshop Elements.
This can be such a creative project with kids. Team up with your art teacher and have it as an assignment. I have used digital photography with some of my Tech Team and they absolutely love to get creative. In fact, this sounds like something we may just try during our first few meetings.
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