The TeenTech Education Award is sponsored by :
What real world education problem could you solve using technology? How can you give children in the developing world the same access to education as you have in the UK? What could you design using technology to help them?
Teaching – What will the classroom of the future look like? Will we need classrooms? How can technology change the role of the teacher? How can we ensure all students are taught in a way that enables them to achieve their full potential?
Learning – How will technology change the way you learn? How can the learning experience be made more engaging and interesting? How can technology help to make sure that all students regardless of socio-economic background and geographic location, have access to the best education has to offer? e.g.How can you study with the best Maths teacher in the world if they teach in Australia?
What will you create?
Remember you can look at different ways of learning, outside/inside/beyond school. And you can contact companies, universities and colleges for support and advice.
Google suggest these resources may be helpful:
Students aged 13 or above can use G+ Hangouts to chat face to face, hold virtual meetings and to broadcast. Broadcasts are uploaded automatically to your YouTube channel to share.
Course Builder is Google’s experimental first step in the world of online education. It packages the software and technology used to build the Power Searching with Google online course. Students and teachers can us it to create online courses, whether they’re for 10 students or 100,000 students. You might want to create anything from an entire high school or university offering to a short how-to course on your favorite topic.
Ideas around the future of education and technology
Edudemic – 40 ways education technology will be used in the future
Envisioning the future of education technology