What would you do with 5 free Samsung Galaxy Tablet Education GT4 10.1″ Tablets at your school? Perhaps you could start that pilot program that you were looking into. Or, maybe you could try out a new reading lab. What if, in addition to the Samsung Tablets, you got 5 Google Education licenses and a Samsung ProXpress M3820DW Cloud Printer? That would be awesome, wouldn’t it?
Keeping your students engaged is tough and finding new ways to do it can be daunting and expensive. In this era of higher expectations and lower budgets it sometimes seems impossible. We understand. Many of us here have school-aged children, and we see what teachers are facing. In the past, schools had to have a different book for every subject and, often, several in one class to cover the entire subject. Now there are alternatives. Instead of a back-breaking backpack full of books, a student can have one tablet holding all of her texts.
Here at Promevo we want you to have the very latest devices to help your students learn. That is why we have partnered with Samsung to offer you the chance to win a great tech bundle as well as feature your school and how you’re using these devices!
What is Included in This Prize Bundle*?
- 5 Samsung Galaxy Tablet Education GT4 10.1″ Tablets
- 5 Google Play for EDU Licenses
- 1 Samsung ProXpress M3820DW Cloud Printer
*Total estimated value of $2,244.99.
What is Google Play for Education? What is Cloud Printing?
So, everyone loves free stuff, right? And you already know how awesome tablets are but you want to know how Google Play for Education and Cloud Print can benefit your school. Well, read on.
Google Play for Education. Google Play for Education is Google’s latest step to help move education into the 21st Century. It is designed to be your go-to education app hub. Unlike the main Google Play store, the Education store is dedicated to teacher vetted education apps, many of them free. In addition, the store contains a repository of literature. If you want more information on the Education store see our blog post, “Google Play for Education: Let Them Play.”
Google Cloud Print. Google Cloud Print is a service that allows any compatible device connected to the internet to be able to access a printer from anywhere without the need for the printer to be connected to a PC. The best part about Google Cloud Printing is how simple it is. No more huge tangle of wires, scouring the internet for drivers, or tearing your school apart trying to find the printer’s original disc just to connect a new computer to the printer. Anyone in your school or even other district facilities, if permitted, can print to your Google Cloud Print-enabled printers.
How Do I Enter?
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Here are the options on how to enter:
- Buy any Samsung devices from shop.promevo.com and get 5 entries per Samsung device
- Tell us and the community what you would do with the 5 Google Play Enabled Tablets and Cloud Printer on your Google+ page to earn 3 entries. Feel free to get creative and have some fun with this one! Here’s how:
- Post the italic words with the blank filled on your page and post the link in the widget below:
Enter Promevo’s contest to win free Samsung Galaxy tablets with Google Play EDU licenses and a cloud printer for your school! http://goo.gl/W50ZCd #promevotechbundlecontest
My school would use 5 Google Play for EDU enabled tablets from +Promevo for ______________(Tell us or show us!- write-up, pictures, video, and/or drawings).
- Join the Promevo Blog Mailing List for 2 entries. You will be updated on new information, resources, and reviews concerning educational technology!
- Spread the word on Social Media and get more entries!
Remember to come back each day to enter again and tell others in your school for more chances of winning!
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