Doodle for Google

This year is the 8th annual contest for Doodle for Google. The theme this year is “What makes me…Me.”  Students are challenged to submit a doodle that shows the world what makes them unique. They can use any type of material to create their doodle and the winner will receive a $30, 000 college scholarship and a $50, 000 Google for Education tech grant for their school! The contest is for K-12 students. They will create a doodle that incorporates the letters G-O-O-G-L-E and must submit their entry before December 7th, 2015. Voting will occur February 8-22 and the winner is announced March 28, 2016. To enter, you can click on this link to fill out the online form or retrieve the address for mailing it to Google. We would love to see your entries as well in the Tech department, so please take photos and send them to Chrystal Hoe so that we can publish on our social media!

Good luck with your entry!

dooddlesss

*image from Google.com/doodle4google

 

Looking for a lesson plan? We have those too! 

By Chrystal Hoe, Secondary Technology Integration Coordinator, GET

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *