Congratulations to our
2011 LEGO Smart Creativity Contest
Grand Prize and Segment winners!
In 150 seconds or less, these six contestants shared how they used LEGO Education solutions to spark student innovation and won!
Dotty Corbiere, math instructor from The Meadowbrook School in Weston, Massachusetts, involved faculty and students as she took a musical approach to this year’s contest by forming their own Green City Ragtime Band!
This winning creation takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes tour of The Spuyten Duyvil School’s student produced stop-animated production of When Curious George came to school!
From A.B. Combs Leadership Magnet Elementary in Raleigh, North Carolina, Kelly Wilson took a musical approach to the contest by sharing her school’s need to build!
Bowling Green, Ohio, is home to Bowling Green Middle School and also our Middle School Segment winner. In this video we watch as Dan Black and Jodi Zeigler's tech class takes a truly hands-off and mouths-shut approach to teaching fellow students about robotics.
Hailing from Woodland Park, Colorado, Michele Burke and her Woodland Park High School students showed creativity throughout their LEGO animated entry that takes us on a tour of Englishtown.
Chris is a homeschool educator from North Carolina. In his video he highlights the versatility and relevance of LEGO® educational solutions and how using LEGO products meet the learning needs of his two children.