Calling UK teachers: Details regarding entry to the 2012 Adobe Educators’ Choice Awards

From speaking to my teacher friends, I’m always amazed by some of the ingenious lesson plans they create. At Adobe, we think it’s important they are rewarded for the hard work that goes into teaching our kids, which is why we’re offering great prizes to the teachers/that submit the best project, lesson plans and tutorials to the 2012 Educators’ Choice Awards.

Now in its second year, the 2012 Educators’ Choice Awards celebrates Adobe Education Exchange (AEE) members who submit the most innovative teaching and learning resources. Finalists will be selected by our esteemed team of judges on 22nd October 2012, with the winners voted for by members of the AEE community on 16th November 2012. Those that impress the most will then get the chance to win some amazing prizes, including laptops, iPads, and Adobe Creative Suite 6 software for themselves and their schools.

The competition is open to educators across the UK, US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand and the submission period closes on 5th October 2012. Each person is eligible to submit entries in the following three categories:

 Primary/Secondary Education

  • Higher Education
  • Creative Suite 6

 You can find out more here, view last year winners for inspiration and follow @AdobeUKEdu, #AdobeEDUAwards for the latest updates about the awards. Come on guys, let’s do the UK proud!

About Liz Wilkins

Liz Wilkins is Senior Marketing Manager for Education at Adobe Systems UK. Her involvement with Adobe Education products has seen her work closely with a range of educational institutions, championing the use of digital media tools in the curriculum, and their integration into a number of subject areas in order to better prepare students for the future demands of the workplace. Liz works closely with teachers and administrators integrating software, curriculums, and instructional resources as well as certification options and professional development tools. Through promoting digital literacy in cross-curricular education, teaching essential career skills, and streamlining administrative processes Liz has experience working in partnership with a diverse portfolio of schools and further education institutions.
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