Sphero’s been a hit with Aussie educators and the company behind the programmable rolling robot are giving them a chance to strut their stuff.
Sphero Heroes is a Sphero Edu ambassador program designed to recognise and celebrate the work of pioneer teachers around the world. In ANZ, Sphero is a part of the core, STEM learning curriculum in over 3700 schools, with more than 40,000 SPRK+ robots in classrooms.
In January of 2019, a group of educators will be selected after entering the Sphero Heroes 2019 application process, open from November 1st, 2018. Sphero is looking for passionate and dedicated ANZ teachers that are active leaders in their community. Sphero’s existing Heroes already showcase a variety of skills highlighting Sphero Edu and the versatility of the Sphero products in the classroom.
The goal of Sphero Heroes is to help innovative teachers share their passion for STEM learning on a global scale. Once selected, these educators will continue their work as a Certified Sphero Hero and be a representative for Sphero Edu in Australia and New Zealand.
Candidates for the Sphero Heroes program must be highly motivated professionals exemplifying a spirit of creativity and curiosity in education and within the Sphero Edu community. Heroes will need to complete the application process which includes a short video biography answering select questions, and submit two Sphero Edu activities. They will be evaluated by the Sphero Edu team based on a predetermined rubric categorised by authenticity, creativity, and understanding of the program.
To apply and for more information, visit sphero.com/heroes
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