Teachers can acquire technology for classes

Educators have a chance to win technology swag for their classrooms.

Educators have a chance to win technology swag for their claszsrooms in the fourth annual Teaching with Technology contest.

Teachers and administrators from across Canada are invited to submit stories, videos or tweets about how they use technology to teach K-12 students to win CDW Canada gift certificates ranging from $500 to $5,000.

CDW Canada is a leading provider of technology solutions for Canadian organizations in the public and private sectors.

Deadline for entries is Feb. 29.

To date, CDW Canada’s Teaching with Technology contests have awarded more than $69,000 in prizes to Canadian educators.

For more information, please go to www.teachingwithtechnology.ca.

For more information on CDW Canada, please go to www.cdw.ca.

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