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Esri K–12 Teacher Video Challenge

The teacher video challenge is an opportunity for teachers to showcase their use of ArcGIS Online in classroom instruction for the chance to be recognized.

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Get inspired by previous winners

The teacher video challenge highlights the impressive ArcGIS Online projects created by teachers in the United States who teach kindergarten through 12th grade. After you've explored previous winners, consider nominating yourself.

See requirements and awards

Find out about previous winners

Explore the video projects from previous winners of the Esri K–12 Teacher Video Challenge.

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Nominate yourself for the teacher video challenge

Create a testimonial video up to 60 seconds long, sharing how you use ArcGIS Online in your classroom instruction.

Fill out the self-nomination form with your name, contact info, school, and location, and include a link to your publicly viewable video. There is no login required.

Submissions will need to be accepted before appearing on the Esri K–12 Teacher Video Challenge map. Accepted videos are eligible to win the challenge. Submitted videos should not contain trademarked or copyrighted content. Videos should not include any visually identifiable person other than the teacher submitting the video. 

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Requirements and awards

Nominate yourself

Enter the Esri K–12 Teacher Video Challenge

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