The focus of this contest is to provide IEC instructors with a nation-wide outlet to share their knowledge, expertise, professional understanding of key learning objectives that are presented in 4-year curriculum online courses in the IEC CMS. Winning submissions will be implemented in the 4-year curriculum to enhance the online content presented.
The goal of the contest is to encourage IEC instructors to produce material that will be a resource for the Association’s educational mission. The intent is to upload the material to the IEC Content Management System (CMS). It will be placed in the content portion of the Lesson at the Objective level. This material is to be an explanation of the objective.
A minimum submission will include an explanatory video. Additional materials such as narrations, text, photos, illustrations, PowerPoint slides, animations, skills assessment rubrics, scenarios and/or interactive resources will increase the overall score of the submission.
For more submission details and objective selection please click here.
|$1,000||Chapter - 1st place||$4,000||Instructor - 1st place|
|$1,000||Chapter - 2nd place||$2,500||Instructor - 2nd place|
|$1,000||Chapter - 2nd place||$1,500||Instructor - 3rd place|
|$1,000||Chapter - 3rd place||$1,000||Instructor - 4th place|
|$1,000||Chapter - 4th place||$875||Instructor - 4 Raffle Winners|
Dates and Rules
- Begins: February 13, 2020; ends April 17, 2020.
- Judging of submissions: May 2020.
- Awards Announced: June/July 2020.
Judging will be done by a committee of a) selected Industry Partner, b) Foundation Board member, c) A&T committee member, d) IEC Instructor, and e) ATP production team member. The cumulative score of all judges will determine the winner. In the event of a tie score, the judges will meet and determine a winner. Judges' determination will be final. This will be a face-to-face meeting held in May after submissions have been submitted.
To view the rubric the judges will use, please click here.
IEC retains the right to use any/all submitted material in selected IEC CMS courses. All submissions that receive a minimum 50% score based on the judging rubric, will be eligible for entry in the Wild Card Raffle. Each entry is eligible for only one award. Chapters are eligible to receive more than one award.