2018 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2018 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge! We had another successful year with 81 entries showcasing unique and personalized eLearning lessons created by YOU, our users. Here are your three winners and four honorable mentions for 2018:

First Place Winner
1.2 Domain and Range
Midori Grahl
Michigan Virtual University

Second Place Winner
Instructor Course What’s New 2017
Erin Ference
Virtual High School at Prince William County Schools

Third Place Winner
Course & Module Objectives
Lisa Hughes
Indiana State University

Honorable Mentions

M4 L2: Human Impacts on Earth’s Systems Part 2
Jennifer Panczyszyn, Clark County School District

Environmental Public Safety
Rhonda Hill, Barry University

Public Health Core Concepts – Week 1 HLTH 54
Janey Skinner, City College of San Francisco

How to Evaluate Websites to use for Research Assignments
Mellanie Reeve, Chaffey College

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
  • Alison Hedrick, Lecturer, Kennesaw State University
  • Sheryne Southard, Professor, Clayton State University
  • Ashley Walsh, Instructional Designer, Virtual High School Prince William County Schools

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

Winners from Previous Years:

2017 Lesson Challenge
2016 Lesson Challenge
2015 Lesson Challenge

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