Win iPads for your entire class with Duolingo

Tell us how Duolingo would help your students learn in class.
You could be a school hero!

Enter the contest

The deadline for submissions is Sunday, August 21st, 2016 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time.
The winner will be announced on Wednesday, August 24th.

Duolingo, the most popular language education platform worldwide, is finally available for use in schools! It’s free, fun, effective, and already being used in over 300,000 classrooms.

About the prize

The language teacher who submits the winning entry will receive free iPads for their entire class! Up to 20 iPad Airs will be awarded.

Read more about the rules here

How do I enter?

  1. Click on the button below to answer: How would using Duolingo in your class help your students learn? Answers should be no more than 500 words.

  2. Encourage your network to vote for your idea! Upon submitting your entry, you will receive a unique link. Share this link with others to allow them to vote for you.

  3. The 10 entries with the most votes by Sunday, August 21st, 2016 at 11:59 PM will be selected as finalists.

  4. Duolingo will pick and announce the ultimate winner on Wednesday, August 24th.

Rules and Regulations

  • To be eligible for this contest, you must be a U.S. or Canadian citizen or permanent resident over the age of 21. Unfortunately, residents of Québec are not eligible for this contest.
  • You must also be a K-12 teacher of foreign languages at a U.S. or Canada based school.
  • You must teach at least one class with at least 10 students in it.
  • Each participant can only submit one entry.
  • Read the full list of terms and conditions

Learn more about Duolingo for Schools

What is Duolingo?

Duolingo is a free language-learning platform used by over 100 million students worldwide. It’s fun, free and provenly effective. View the effectiveness study.

How can I use it in my language class?

Duolingo for Schools was created specifically to help teachers and students use Duolingo in class. It’s very simple to use and completely safe for students. Find out more by visiting:

Have any other questions?

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