SoftChalk Lesson Challenge

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2017 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge! We had another successful year with 48 entries showcasing unique and personalized eLearning lessons created by YOU, our users. Here are your four winners and four honorable mentions for 2017:

First Place Winner
Module II- Ancient Legends
Ashley Walsh
Virtual High School at Prince William County Schools

Second Place Winner
U.S. Government M3 L1: Political Parties
Megan Ganier
Clark County School District

Third Place Winners
SOCI 1101 Introduction to Sociology
Sheryne Southard, J.D. & Dr. Karen Young
Clayton State University

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Digital Citizenship
Pam Miller
Athens State University

Honorable Mentions

POB1 Financial Statements
Sherrie Grounds, Pasadena Independent School District

I Too
Jessica Kirkland, Shenandoah University

Cardiac Diseases for Dentistry
Sara Gordon, University of Washington

Phil 2030: Introduction to Ethics & the Ancient Greeks
Sheryne Southard, J.D. & Dr. Benjamin Lee Buckley, Clayton State University

Special thanks to the judges of this years Lesson Challenge:

  • Alli Houston, Senior Development Specialist, Georgia Department of Education
  • Dr. Stephen Holland, Professor, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges and The University of Iowa
  • Gina Jones, Administrative Coordinator, Virtual High School Prince William County Schools
  • Jacqueline C. McNair, Program Coordinator, Health Information Technology, Baltimore City Community College
  • Kathy Tally, Instructional Designer, Quality Matters
  • Kimberly Loomis, K-12 Online & Blended Learning Director, Clark County School District
  • Kristin Kurtzworth-Keen, Director, Online TESOL/Bilingual Programs, Canisius College
  • Lisa Cooley, Dean, QEP Director (QR4U), Piedmont Community College
  • Lisa Ferris, Assistant Professor of Instructional Design, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
  • Shannon Thomas, Associate Professor of Biology, McLennan Community College
  • Kerrian Gordon, Instructional Design Coordinator, Nova Southeastern University
  • Brian Lenze, Curriculum Developer, Clark County School District
  • Alison Hedrick, Lecturer, Kennesaw State University
  • Kristi Peacock, Instructional Designer, Michigan Virtual School
  • Ryan Walther, Learning Technology Coordinator, El Centro College School of Allied Health and Nursing
  • Sue Goldman, Staff Development Specialist, State of New Mexico, Human Services Department
  • Twila Masaschi, Senior Development Specialist, Georgia Department of Education

For more inspiration, take a look at the winners from our past challenges:

Winners from Previous Years:

2016 Lesson Challenge
2015 Lesson Challenge
2014 Lesson Challenge

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