How the challenges work:

1

Select a Challenge

Choose Challenge 1, Challenge 2, or both

2

Participate and Track

Participate in PD and check off game board boxes as you go

3

Enter the Prize Drawing

Once you've completed the requirements for a challenge, enter the prize drawing for Challenge 1 or 2 by June 25th

Download your Summer Challenge Game Board      Submit form for completed Challenge 1 or 2

See details about the challenges below

 

COHORT 12

June 7 - June 25

CHALLENGE 1

One Cert Done!

Complete all 5 sessions of a single NGPF Certification Course and pass the exam with an 80% or higher during Cohort 12.


CHALLENGE 2

The Double Double

Complete at least 2 Virtual PD sessions and 2 On-Demand modules during Cohort 12.

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FINE PRINT:
  1. You must be an active classroom teacher with a verified NGPF teacher account
  2. All hours must be completed during this cohort -- June 7 through June 25, 2021. You cannot count hours earned outside that time frame.
  3. NGPF will run 8 Challenges this summer, and you can enter 1, all 8, or somewhere in between
    1. Participants must submit a google form for EACH Challenge they complete before the deadline to be eligible.
    2. You must complete DIFFERENT hours for each Challenge. For example, you can’t re-use the same participation hours from Challenge 1 in Challenge 2 or in Challenge 7.
    3. You can only enter the drawing for each Challenge one time. For example, if you do Challenge 1 (one certification course), you should complete the form one time. You are welcome to enroll in more certification courses before June 25, but you cannot re-enter the Challenge 1 drawing. One entry per Challenge per person.
  4. If you win a swag pack in a Challenge, you are still eligible to win a mystery grand prize at the end of summer, so keep completing Challenges and entering the drawings for each Challenge.
  5. Challenges run concurrently with NGPF Academy, and your Challenge hours will count toward your 2021-2022 Academy hours and the normal prizes for that program.