The Alabama Learning Exchange (ALEX) presents the iChallenge Podcast Competition!
The iChallenge for 2013-2014 is now open!
The 2014 theme is . . .
Alabama: Exploring the
History, Heritage, and Hope of a Generation
While entries that follow the theme are encouraged, all submissions will be considered.
This theme was selected in part to encourage teachers and students to look toward Alabama as a source of amazing history, events, people, and discoveries that could be highlighted in all content areas. From the Native Americans and early settlers to the leaders in science, space and technologies of today, Alabama's diverse history is worthy of study.
Consider these possible examples, and use them to stretch your ideas to explore Alabama:
- The history of a local landmark
- The heritage of a local community
- The hope of early settlers or the latest immigrants
- Alabam leaders in Math, Science and Technology
- The amazing history of Alabama through art, music, sports, and more.
Here are the 2012-2013 iChallenge winners:
|“We Shall Overcome”- Theme Award
Anna-Quinn Weaver, Kaitlyn Stepp, Dan Fite, and Anna Kathryn Layton
|Overcoming the Great Depression
|| Oak Park Middle School, Decatur City Schools
|K-8 Student Produced
|Adventure Math Time Show- Indirect Measurement
||Buckhorn Middle School, Madison County Schools
|9-12 Student Produced
Shiloh J. O'Dell
|Ceramics, Throwing and Centering
||Eva School, Morgan County Schools
|K-8 Teacher Produced
||Harper Lee, Author of To Kill a Mockingbird
||Springville Middle School, St. Clair County Schools
|9-12 Teacher Produced
||Blood Drop Lab Activity
||Hazel Green High School, Madison County Schools
|Informal Education Partnership Award
||Glenwood Autism and Behavioral Health Center (Dr. Jennifer Sellers)
||ABA- Behavior Management in the Classroom
||Glenwood Autism and Behavioral Health Center, Birmingham, Alabama