2022 Learning Engineering Tools Competition

The 2022 Learning Engineering Tools Competition is open for submissions now through November 20! The Tools Competition is one of the largest ed tech competitions ever, awarding more than $3 million in prizes this year. Last year, 30 winning teams were selected to receive prizes that will impact 60 million students worldwide.

This year, the competition is especially excited to receive proposals targeting assessment tools for traditionally non-measured elements of learning and development, like social-emotional learning, grit, creativity, identity, and code switching.

Education technologists, researchers, students, and teachers from around the globe are invited to propose innovative tools that tackle the biggest challenges in education today. All are eligible – from those with an idea to those with an established platform. Competitors will gain access to a network of experts and receive feedback and technical support.

Visit the Tools Competition website to learn more and to submit a proposal.

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