We wanted to see all of the creative ways that our teachers were reaching their students at home. Ashley and Alissa led the way and submitted videos explaining their strategies and tactics. Then we opened up a competition for teachers to submit their own videos explaining their situations. Check out the video below for a quick glance at some of the submissions. Check out social media for all the full videos! Winners received $100 each!
We have some Winners!
1st – Joe Stivers
2nd – LaToya Malone
3rd – Taylor Young
3rd – Kelli Dattilo
Thank you to everyone who participated!
- Must be 2 minutes or shorter to be considered
- Cannot have any poor or explicit content
- By including any students or minors in your video, you are stating that you have written consent from their parent or guardian to do so
- Videos must show a creative way that you are impacting the educational community
- This contest runs from May 5th 2020 through May 10th 2020.
- Winners will be contacted by May 16th through the social media platform that they entered the contest
- The first 20 people to submit videos on any of the aforementioned platforms will receive a $20 gift card. Only one gift card will be given for each video. If two people work together to submit one video, only one gift card will be given for that video.
- Three winners will be chosen by the Thank You Teachers Contest Committee based on creativity and overall benefit to their students or the community.
- More likes or other engagements does not necessarily mean a better chance at winner the contest. Winners will be chosen apart from likes, shares and other engagements on social media.
Who Can Enter:
- Anyone who is considered to be a contributing member of the educational community will be considered in the Thank You Teachers Contest.
- You do not need to be a member of Class Act Federal Credit Union to be entered to win.
- You do not need to be a classroom teacher to be considered to win the contest as long as you are creatively impacting the educational community during the COVID-19 pandemic.