The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.
Best Buy is a homeschooling parent’s dream place to shop. We use all kinds of forms of technology to enhance our children’s education. Our kids all have Kindle Fires and they boys have their own computers (both bought at Best Buy.) We also use many online gaming services to help with teaching the kids too.
We know the value of technology in the educational sense because we’ve seen how much of a difference it makes in our own kids lives. I’m pleased to be a part of the campaign promoting Best Buy Education’s current sweepstakes that they are to offering educators and administrators.
Best Buy Education
Your Education Technology Partner
Best Buy Education, a direct-channel division of Best Buy®, makes it easier than ever to give students the tech tools they need to succeed. Our dedicated Account Managers will consult with you, offer knowledgeable, unbiased advice and guide you to the product and service solutions that best meet your needs and budget. Whether you are rolling out new devices in the classroom, launching a BYOD initiative, or upgrading the technology throughout your school, we can provide the products, support and protection you need
Best Buy Education is now offering an exciting sweepstakes open to all educators and administrators. The sweepstakes is running from now through July 4, 2015 with a grand prize of $25,000 in Best Buy credit, as well as additional prizes of Gift Cards and Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablets with keyboards. This is an amazing opportunity to win the technology tools and services your students need to succeed. Visit Best Buy for Educationto enter for a chance to win and view complete details.
I feel like every educator should run to enter in the chance to win this sweepstakes. Technology truly is an important part of our kids education for the future. It becomes more and more evident with the advancements in the things we rely on technology to do for us throughout our daily lives.
How do you see technology enhancing your kids education?