Springbrook Takes Top Prize for Tablet/Smartphone Game Design
A special congratulations goes out to Senior Alex Gutierrez and Juniors Gustavo Quinteros , Aaron Bloom, Dawit Tegen and Christopher Sarmiento. Their team won the Adjudicator’s Choice in the Tablet/Smartphone game design of the NFTE World Series of Innovation challenge. Special thanks to everyone who voted for the two teams who placed. (Which is an honor in itself) - Computer Science Teacher, Michael Price.
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The Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship’s World Series of Innovation, presented by Microsoft, is a fun, experiential activity that allows students to think creatively and invent new products or services that address every-day opportunities. All students are encouraged to participate to develop their creativity and innovative thinking skills – and win some amazing prizes.
There will be two winning teams per category: one chosen by a committee of elite judges from the sponsoring organization, and one chosen by popular vote through our online voting platform during Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Please take the opportunity to vote for Springbrook’s own group “Eruditious” for the Tablet/Smartphone Game Design challenge and our other group “Where’s my meal?” for the 40 Chances reduce food waste improving community health challenge. They are both finalist for the NFTE(Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship) World Series of Innovation for their challenge. The links are attached below, and voting has begun. Each e-mail address can vote once every 24 hours……so feel free to use multiple e-mail addresses and to keep voting all week! Links directly to the voting page are below. Thanks for all of your support.
[update 11/25/2013 - voting is now closed]