Madison, Ala., teachers are competing in a citywide contest intended to help show new teachers how to apply 21st-century skills in the classroom, reports the Huntsville Times. Teachers can take part in the contest by putting together video clips demonstrating their best 21st-century teaching methods. Besides showing new teachers how to incorporate these methods, the contest has a side benefit, too: It "can drive [veteran] teachers to include project-based learning and technology" in their teaching, said Kathy Rains, director of technology for Madison City Schools, who is coordinating the venture. Winning projects will be part of the Technology and Learning...

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