Have you ever felt that you have an innovative, successful idea using technology in or outside class at your school that you would like to share with other schools? Or have you hit on a novel scheme that uses existing hardware in a different way?
Whatever your ideas, big or small, the Guardian wants to hear from you!
In association with the Classroom Innovation site sponsor, Asus, the Guardian is offering teachers at UK-based schools an opportunity to win £7,500 worth of Asus computing kit for the winning schools (one primary and one secondary).
To enter the Classroom Innovation awards, all you have to do is produce a short, three-minute video of your idea, which should demonstrate innovative use of technology at school in teaching and learning, and back this up with a supporting statement of 150 words.
For more information about the competition, details of how to enter and the competition T&Cs, visit the Guardian’s Classroom Innovation website.
As a word of encouragement for hard-pressed teachers during a normally hectic Christmas term, the videos submitted are not expected to be of professional standard – they are there simply to demonstrate ideas in action, showing use of technology in new and imaginative ways in and out of class. Good luck!