7 Former Cabinet Secretaries/Presidential Advisors, 15 New York Times Bestselling Authors, 21 University Presidents/Provosts, 15 District Superintendents & 8 EdTech Unicorns, recently spoke at the summit. Now it’s your turn! Submit your micro-course here.
The 11th ASU+GSV Summit recently brought together 15,000 of the world’s top educators, technologists, investors, founders, and policy makers across 135 countries for 5 days to change the world for good. 500+ speakers including the CEO of Zoom Eric Yuan, Award Winning Journalist Malcolm Gladwell, Political Activist Gloria Steinem, and Pulitzer Prize Winner Isabel Wilkerson convened to share their insights into the future of education and work.
Now it’s your turn for the spotlight! We’re awarding $500 cash prizes each to the 10 best micro-courses around the summit sessions that incorporate your curated playlist of summit videos and learnings from them (bonus points for a plan of action)!
What should I submit? Design a micro-course based on your learnings from your favorite summit sessions. Make a Medium Post that tells us who your audience for the course is, course objectives, curriculum, and how this relates to specific sessions/learnings from the summit. This could include the top EdTech trends you’re spotting, a playlist of your favorite summit videos, quotes from a panel, a professional development plan etc. We encourage you to be creative with what you share! You can catch up on all of the sessions on-demand here for free!
How do I enter? You can watch all of the sessions on Youtube and choose from one of these channels to write your post about: Early Childhood, K-12 , Stage X, Workforce, Truth & Reconciliation, Equality, Global, HigherEd, Digital Education Masterclasses, Education-2-Employment, and Emerging Technology.
Simply fill out this short form with your entry. You’ll get bonus points for posting on social media and tagging @asugsvsummit and #asugsvcontest. You can contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if you have any questions.
Who should enter? Everyone interested in the future of education and work is welcome! Non-Profit leaders, Program Managers, Teachers, Founders, Policy Makers and more can use this as an opportunity to share their thoughts around the space. We specifically encourage Principals and District Leaders to use this competition to design a Professional Development plan based on the summit sessions.
Did I have to attend the Summit to join? No, the competition is open to everyone! You can binge watch all of the discussions on the Global Silicon Valley channel on Youtube and #asugsvandchill.
When is the submission date? All entries must be submitted by December 15th. A jury will then review submissions and reach out to the finalists.
Want to join in on the action live? Register for next years summit on July 7th-9th in San Diego here.