South African teachers – we encourage you to enter the 2017 #ISPAsuperteachers competition

The 2017 ISPA SuperTeacher Competition is an annual competition sponsored by the Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA). The competition is managed by the Digital Education Institute.

Who is eligible? ​

All educators currently teaching at schools throughout South Africa. The ISPA SuperTeacher Competition gives educators an opportunity to showcase their skills in using Information Communication Technologies (ICT) to improve the educational environment within their classroom, school or community.

The history of the competition

This prestigious competition has a proud history going back to 2001, when ISPA launched the competition, to support their Train the Teacher ICT Project.

What is the competition about?

There are a number of categories that one can enter. These are shown on the competition website. This year we hope to extend the competition to include more teachers and reach more schools and communities. We have also introduced a mobile safety category catering to the ever growing use of mobile devices in and out of the classroom.

How do I register for the competition?

Registration for the competition closes on Monday 5 June 2017 and the competition itself closes on Friday 15 July 2017 at 17:00. Register on the competition website:

What are the prizes?

Each of the ten finalists will receive an all-expenses paid, two day trip to iWeek and the ISPA SuperTeacher Awards Ceremony in September 2017 which will be held in Durban this year.

The winners of the 2017 ISPA SuperTeacher Competition will be announced at a glittering Gala Dinner Reception. The winner in each category will also receive an exciting Mystery Prize, in this, the 21st year of iWeek


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