Deadline: 1 December 2016
Applications are now open for “The Great Global Project Challenge” with an objective to create and present as many globally connective projects for students and educators as possible.
The Great Global Project Challenge is sponsored by VIF International Education, Google for Education, and iEARN-USA as part of Global Collaboration Day efforts.
Grants of $1,500 (US dollars) will be issued to the top ten projects that are designed and successfully implemented between now and April 1, 2017.
- Any student, teacher, non-profit, or company from around the world can design a project and submit it to our directory.
- Multiple project submissions are welcome although individuals can only serve on one winning team.
- Only educators from accredited non-profit PreK-12 schools will be eligible for the Great Global Project Challenge grant.
- The project design teams for grant-eligible projects must be made up solely of educators employed by non-profit accredited schools and can come from any country. If projects are to be conducted in a language other than English, proposals must be submitted twice. One submission needs to be in the home language, a duplicate needs to be in English.
- Projects can be hosted on any digital platform using a variety of digital tools of your choosing. Ideally, participation should not be dependent on a single type of technology device.
- Project designers should consider designing projects around commonly taught concepts and subjects.
- Every project must have a digital space (web page, wiki, Facebook group, Google group, etc.) where participants and potential participants can access project information.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted online via given address.
For more information, please visit Great Global Project Challenge.