Educators, do you have a unique or engaging way to teach SketchUp? If so, we want to see your best example of Project Based Learning using SketchUp in the classroom! Along with SketchUp, your lessons may utilize any other tools or software that helps facilitate your learning objectives.
What You Will Win
Three talented finalists will win a free trip to 3D Bbasecamp in Vancouver, CA where they will share their lessons during a special Ascent Educator session at the conference.
Judges will review presentations and pick a grand prize winner based on the below competition criteria.
- Integration: SketchUp should be an essential tool and in line with the lesson objectives. Other tools, software and media may be used, of course.
- Innovation: How creative and new is the idea behind your lesson?
- Engagement: The lesson should engage students. It should be compelling and thought-provoking.
- Skill building: Does your curriculum help build meaningful skills for students?
- Adaptability: Is the lesson plan flexible enough to suit the needs of other educators?
We want to see your best example of Project Based Learning using SketchUp! Your submission can be uploaded as a PDF file using the provided template or similar project-board format. (25MB max)Download the Template
We are accepting entries until June 30th, 2020. This competition is only open to K-12 educators in the U.S. and Canada. All entrants must be 18 or older to participate.Submit Your Entry