Education Planner Pathways Planning Contest for Grades 6-9

Here are some resources to get you and your students started:

Important Dates

Contest start date

April 4, 2022

Contest end date

May 13, 2022

The contest winner will be announced on

May 18, 2022

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$450 in total prize value

Learn How to Enter

Enter for a chance to win

A $100 Amazon/Starbucks Gift Card for Teacher or Counsellor

Ten $35 Amazon/Starbucks Gift Cards (added to your school’s Student Prize Draws on myBlueprint!)

Honourable mentions in the myBlueprint Community and Blog!

How Do I Enter to Win?

This contest is for all Education Planner students up to Grade 9 and is open to ALL schools across Canada that are licensing myBlueprint Education Planner. Starting on Monday, April 4, 2022, complete the following tasks to enter for a chance to win:

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Complete the Contest signup sheet here

Get as close to 100% of your students (up to Grade 9) in your class logged in to Education Planner

Have students complete a minimum of 80% of their grade-specific tasks in their Education Planner accounts:

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Join the myBlueprint Community here and add a post to share one activity idea or best practice you implemented to engage students in completing their IPP/EPP tasks. Make sure you click Add Topic to your post and use the tag ‘Pathways Planning’.

Complete the checklist by Friday, May 13, 2022

Once you meet these requirements, you'll be entered into a draw where one lucky winner will be randomly selected to receive a $100 Amazon/Starbucks Gift Card!

Participants who complete all entry requirements will be entered into a randomised draw to win:

A $100 Amazon/Starbucks Gift Card

Ten $35 Amazon/Starbucks Gift Cards (added to your school’s Student Prize Draws on myBlueprint!)

Honourable mentions in the myBlueprint Community and Blog

Prize Winnings

IPP/EPP Tasks

What are they?

Click here to watch a student-led video tutorial on IPP/EPP Tasks and Prizes

Click here to read more about IPP/EPP tasks and how your students can use points earned from completing their tasks to enter for amazing prizes and scholarships. 

IPP/EPP tasks are a great way for students to take small, but meaningful steps to create their individualized personal pathway and work through the four (4) main inquiry questions: Who Am I? What are my opportunities? Who do I want to become? What is my plan for achieving my goals?

A bonus of completing IPP/EPP tasks is that with each task students complete, they earn points which can be used to enter 
prize draws as well as scholarship contests!

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Note: The contest winner may be contacted for a testimonial and/or a quick chat for greater insight on implementation strategies.

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