Woodrow Wilson Academy Learning (re)Design Competition deadline

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Woodrow Wilson Academy of Teaching and Learning

How would you (re)design learning?

Win a full scholarship to the WW Academy M.Ed. program.

Think back on your experience learning science, technology, engineering or math (STEM). Not just the learning you did in school—but in all those different places where real learning happened for you...in a library, a lab, a park, a museum, a kitchen. What if you could create an experience like that, something that helps students get excited about math or science?
At the WW Academy, we’re out to change how teaching by redesigning learning. And we’re looking for people to join us in our mission. You could win a full scholarship to the nation’s most innovative new graduate school of education.

The Competition
Design a better way for middle or high school students to learn an essential STEM skill or understanding about the world around them. Identify what worked really well in your moments of real learning about STEM, and use your insights to fix what didn’t work. 

Your learning design could be anything—a video, a physical prototype, a website, an annotated sketch, something else—and take place anywhere. Feel free to show rather than tell—more graphics, fewer words. Above all, create a learning experience for middle or high school students, because a real-life group of students will decide the winner of the competition. Make it hard fun—a little bit hard and a whole lot of fun.


 The deadline is January 31.

The Award
If your design wows the review committee, and if you apply to the WW Academy and are eligible for admission, you can win up to a full tuition scholarship ($27,000). This is your chance to hack learning... and launch a new career!



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