Community Drawings for tech tools in the classroom!
Some discussions and documents in the Teachers Engage community are incentivized – meaning every time you contribute to the discussion or document your name will be entered in a drawing for a tech related prize. Threads must have a minimum of 10 participants for drawing to be held. So in some cases dates may be extended so goal can be reached.
When you see BunnyPeople ™ that is the symbol of an incentivized discussion or document and will contain information about the scope of participation for a chance to win.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY.
Eligibility: Intel® Teach Engage drawings are open only to individuals who (i) are not residents of Burma (Myanmar), Iran, Libya, North Korea, Sudan, or Syria (ii) and, (iii) are at least eighteen (18) years of age or the age of majority in their jurisdiction of residence at the time of entry, whichever is greater. Employees of Intel Corporation, American Institue for Research (AIR), Clarity Innovations, and any of their parent and affiliate companies as well as the immediate family (spouse, parents, siblings and children) and household members of each such employee are not eligible. The drawings are subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations and is void where prohibited.
Why do we incentivize documents and discussion threads?
We use incentives to draw attention to a particular topic that we want to highlight and feel is important, timely or builds a sense a community among our members. We will often not advertise these incentivized threads but let you find them on your own as you are exploring the community. We frequently incentivize a past discussion or document after the fact and include all those who are part of that thread in our drawings.
Note: You Might ask why "BunnyPeople™"? At Intel fab technicians wear a special suit in the fab, nicknamed a bunny suit, to keep possible contaminants such as lint and hair off the wafers. The bunny suit became standard Intel clean room attire in 1973. To find out more check out: http://www.intel.com/museum/online/funfacts.htm.