The Teacher Challenge is made up of free professional learning challenges where educators are stepped through weekly tasks that increase their skills while being supported by mentors.
The Challenge is open to any educator who wants to increase their skills. From experience we’ve found the more we support and help teacher’s increase their own skills, the better they are able to support their students use of online technologies for learning.
Participants can complete as many of the tasks as they like and in any order.
It’s all about you choosing when you want to learn, while being supported by mentors would assist you with your learning!
How can I be involved?
Participating in a Teacher challenge is as simple as:
- Choose any of the following challenges you would like to complete:
- Get started working through the activities! Remember you can always organise your friends to join you!
- Leave a comment on a post for the Challenge you are working through to let us know you are doing the activity and feel free to ask us for support
- And don’t forget! There’s no pressure — you can join and leave any of the challenges at any time.
How do I receive the latest news from the Teacher Challenge Blog?
The easiest is to sign up for email notification.
If you look in the right sidebar you will see a box that says ‘Enter your email address’.
Simply enter your email address, a pop-up box will appear and you just need to enter the anti-spam word and then click on “Complete Subscription Request.”
You’ll receive an email asking you to activate your subscription, click on the link to activate your email notification.
Now you’ll receive an email notifying you when we’re running a new series.
And don’t forget we love comments
Leaving a comment is as simple as this…
1. Click on the heading of the post you wish to comment on or the “comment” link at the top or at the bottom of the post.
2. Scroll down until you can see the “Leave a Comment” section
3. You will be asked for your name (you can use a nickname) and email address (this is not published)
4. You will also need to write the “spam word”
5. Click “submit comment”
Stay tuned for more information about these exciting new (and free!) challenges.