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LEGO Education EV3 Mindstorms Chromebook launch

Celebrating Educator Excellence

At LEGO® Education we know the passion and commitment you bring to teaching STEM subjects. Your dedication brings lessons to life, and inspires the next generation of engineers and scientists. Now we’d like to reward your efforts.

The LEGO® Education Teacher Award is a celebration of innovative elementary and middle school teaching around the world. To enter, all you have to do is show us how you’ve used LEGO® bricks to enhance your lessons. The more creative, inventive and inspiring, the better! 

If your entry is chosen, you will be invited to present your work at the LEGO Education symposium at Tufts University in Boston, MA, on June 5-7, 2018. Flights and accommodations will be provided to the selected winners. The 2018 Tufts STEM Education Conference will be held in conjunction with the LEGO Education Symposium. Winners will be attending both events and will be able to share innovative practices with like-minded teachers and even test some of our latest products.

To learn more about the LEGO Education Symposium and the Tufts STEM Education Conference, and how you can attend without entering the LEGO Education Teacher Award. Visit Tufts STEM Education Conference.

How to enter

To enter, please complete the application form for your country/region and send it to the country/region email address further below.

  • A brief summary of the proposed symposium presentation 
  • Some example lesson materials such as a worksheet or lesson plan
  • Evidence of implementation, like a photo, short video or a sample of student work
  • Evidence of contribution to the teaching community
  • A short self-evaluation
  • The deadline for entries is between end of March and end of April depending on the country/region. Please see in the official rules for your country/region.


USA
Please complete this application form for the USA and email it to LEGOeducation-Teacher-Award-USA@LEGO.com by 15.04.2018 at the latest. Find the official rules for the USA here.

Argentina
Please visit our partner's page here: http://www.edutecnologica.com.ar/2018-teacher-award - apply by 15th April 2018 at the latest.

Australia
Please complete this application form for Australia and email it to LEGOeducation-Teacher-Award-Australia@LEGO.com by 29.03.2018 at the latest. Find the official rules for Australia here.

China
If you are interested, please write an email to ChinaLe@LEGO.com

El Salvador
Coming shortly

Estonia
Please visit our partner's page here http://www.teacheraward.ee

Greece
Please complete this application form for Greece and email it to LEGOeducation-Teacher-Award-Greece@LEGO.com by 10.04.2018 at the latest. Find the official rules for Greece here.

Guatemala
Coming shortly

Hong Hong, China
If you are interested, please write an email to ChinaLe@LEGO.com

Italy
Please visit our partner's website here www.campustore.it/teacher-award

Japan
Please go to the LEGO® Education Japan website www.education.lego.com/ja-jp/events/2018-teacher-award

Kazakhstan
Please visit the LEGO® Education Russia website here www.education.lego.com/ru-ru/events/2018-teacher-award

Korea
The competition is finished. For any questions, please visit www.LEGOeducation.kr

Netherlands
Please complete this application form for the Netherlands and email it to LEGOeducation-Teacher-Award-Netherlands@LEGO.com by 01.04.2018 at the latest or visit our partner's website www.heutink.nl/info/teacheraward. Find the official rules for the Netherlands here.

New Zealand
Please either visit our partner's page here: www.teaching.co.nz or complete this application form for the New Zealand and email it to LEGOeducation-Teacher-Award-NewZealand@LEGO.com by 30th April 2018 at the latest. Find the official rules for New Zealand here.

Peru
Please visit our partner’s page here: http://institutovonbraun.edu.pe/legoteacher/ - apply by 26th April 2018 at the latest.

Poland
Please visit our partner's page here www.akcesedukacja.pl/teacher-award

Russia
Please visit the LEGO® Education Russia website here www.education.lego.com/ru-ru/events/2018-teacher-award

Taiwan, China
If you are interested, please write an email to ChinaLe@LEGO.com

UK
Please visit our partner’s page here: https://www.jtrs.co.uk/page/legoeducationteacheraward2018 - apply by 30th April 2018 GMT at the latest.

Meet our 2017 Teacher Award Winners

Reneé Geddings, Robotics & Engineering Instructor

2017 LEGO Education Teacher Award - Renne Geddings

Reneé Geddings serves at Killian Elementary STEAM Leaders Magnet where she researched, planned, developed, launched, and instructs the school's first ever Robotics & Engineering Program. She teaches K5-5th grade students as part of the Related Arts rotation under a Magnet Schools of America Grant. The focus of the Robotics & Engineering program is to build competencies in engineering and technology connected to applied science, mathematics, and problem-solving using the “4 Cs” of communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.

Reneé has a Masters in School Administration and Supervision from Clemson University. She is an avid supporter of infusing opportunities in the arts, engineering, authentic problem-solving and creativity throughout the curriculum. She has worked to support outstanding performance at Title 1 schools including a Microsoft Showcase school and schools recognized for growth in student achievement.

When away from work, Reneé can be found reading, doing graphic arts, kayaking, tinkering with design in various media, or helping her husband build custom electric guitars. 

Twitter @Jr_Engineers

Julie Blystad, Science and Robotics Specialist

2017 LEGO Education Teacher Award - Julie Bylstad

Julie Blystad has taught science at Bertschi School in Seattle, U.S.A., for over twenty years. She has been responsible for building the dynamic science curriculum and the robotics continuum, which extends from first through fifth grade. Julie believes that teaching science and robotics is one of the most engaging and and challenging educational opportunities anyone could ever have. Working with young people ensures that no day is ever the same.

Julie is a Science Specialist with a B.S. in Biology from University of Washington and an M.A. in Gender Diversity from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and an M.A. in Curriculum and Development from Seattle University.

In her spare time, Julie is an avid traveler. In the past 12 months she has been to Cuba, Paris, Japan, and Ireland. She is also the proud mother of two exceptional sons.

Twitter @blystad

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