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iSpring Suite 11 Giveaway: 11 Licenses for 11 Teachers

Today we released the new 11th version of iSpring Suite, our flagship authoring toolkit. It’s a big event for us and we’d like to share our joy with those who need our tool most — active teachers and professors and those who’ve recently transitioned from teaching to instructional design.

We’re giving away eleven iSpring Suite 11* licenses to eleven teachers!

*There are no hidden costs. The tool comes in its most advanced version of Suite Max, including not only an authoring tool, but a library of ready-made eLearning assets, an online reviewing and collaboration tool, a text-to-speech feature, and other powerful possibilities.

The winners will be selected at random and will be announced on September 23. We’ll share the video recording of the selection process, to remove any doubt about whether we’re playing fair.

To take part in the giveaway and get a chance to win one of the best eLearning tools on the market, you just need to complete the following three steps:

  1. Sign up for the iSpring Community Forum

  2. Add a link to your LinkedIn profile (or your website/blog) in your Community Forum profile – we need it to verify you are (or used to be) a teacher.                                                

  3. Answer three simple questions in the comment section* below this post. Tell us:

  • About your current or former teaching experience (anything you feel like sharing)

  • Why do you want to transition to ID (or already have)?

  • Why would you like to get iSpring Suite 11?

*Please note: you need to submit your answers by September 14. By participating in this giveaway, you agree to these Terms and Conditions.

And that’s it – leave the rest to chance! We wish all of you the best of luck and are very happy that eleven (that’s a lot!) of you will win our awesome eLearning tool!

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  • I have been a Bilingual educator for 17 years and work mostly with early elementary students.

    During COVID I was the only remote teacher for my grade level and found interesting ways to help my students virtually.

    One of the tools I used was power point and would love to try the new add on.

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  • I have been a high school business and economics teacher for 14 years. I mostly taught juniors and seniors in high school. 

    I transitioned to ID because I needed to create my own online business courses out of necessity, and I loved creating them.  I realized I loved ID more than teaching.

    I would love to learn new technology, and I often use PowerPoint. I have heard great things about iSpring Suite and would love to explore its features.

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    • Leanne Suttles
    • Instructional Designer, Online Instructor
    • Leanne_Suttles
    • 3 mths ago
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    About your current or former teaching experience (anything you feel like sharing)

    I am currently an online Intervention Specialist at an online credit recovery high school in Ohio through Stride Learning Company (aka K12, Inc.) I support students who are 16-21 years old who are credit deficient and decided to return to the classroom to earn their high school diploma. 

    Why do you want to transition to ID (or already have)?

    I began my journey into Instructional Design 10 years ago when I was ready to transition out of the classroom and move into a different career path. I initially chose the instructional design, because I thought it could benefit my students who had difficulty following the traditional school curriculum. As I began to dig into instructional design and pursue a certificate in ID from Walden University, I began to understand that I could use this field to transition out of the classroom and into the field of Instructional Design. 

    Ironically, my certificate in ID is what help land my job in the online school. I have been able to use my ID skills in the online school world and pursue my career in freelance Instructional Design. As time goes on, my desire to completely leave education becomes stronger and my love for ID continues to grow. 

    Why would you like to get iSpring Suite 11?

    I would like to learn the iSpring Suite and build a more diverse portfolio. I see many job opportunities out there that include iSpring as their authoring tool and I have no experience with it. 

    In regard to my current position, I would love to design a module for my students to learn more about post-secondary education and employment opportunities. Many of my students are in non-traditional situations where they care for their children, work full-time, or cannot attend school during the traditional school day. 

    One of my main goals is to not just help my students earn a diploma but also to help them have a concrete plan for after graduation. Using the iSpring Suite can allow me to create a module for them to access outside of the school day. This, in turn, makes my online time with them more productive and they can ask specific questions or seek specific resources they learned about in the post-secondary opportunities module. 

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    • E. Ezgi Akkaya
    • Instructional Designer
    • E_Ezgi_Akkaya
    • 3 mths ago
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    About your current or former teaching experience (anything you feel like sharing)
    I am a CEIT graduate and I have lots of internships in computer teaching. Afterwards, I preferred adult education and worked in corporate companies in this field. I am currently designing distance learning for adults in the education department of a private company.

    Why do you want to transition to ID (or already have)?
    What I have learned and seen since the schools I graduated from fed me on learning and teaching. I like to be creative, group and transfer information, visualize and interacting.

    Why would you like to get iSpring Suite 11?
    I have never experienced it before, but when I examine the trainings, I believe that I can create impressive and different courses with the interactions that can be made with this tool, that the knowledge I try to convey in my courses will be transferred more easily and it will be very effective in increasing the permanence of the knowledge.

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    • Shannon Aviña
    • Contextualizer, elucidator, synthesizer, organizer | Guiding 💡 in Learning & Development
    • Shannon_Avina
    • 3 mths ago
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    I taught in California public schools for 20+ years, mostly English and history, as well as English Language Development. Working with kids is amazing; you get to laugh and be creative everyday. As a 3rd generation teacher, I never imagined that I would fully step away, but had a nudge when my husband's employer moved us to Germany pre-pandemic. I was fortunate enough to find a position at an AI startup in Berlin, working with a former teacher as my boss 😄

    Woke I've had some incredible experiences, I'm always looking to build my portfolio and overall skillset—which is where iSpring 11 would come in!

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    • About your current or former teaching experience (anything you feel like sharing)

    I taught 3rd grade for 10 years and 4th grade for 7. I also performed additional roles as a team leader, differentiated instructional coach, and professional development training. 

    • Why do you want to transition to ID (or already have)?

    I am interested in transitioning to ID because I love creating the materials for eLearning and onboarding courses. I am a life long learner myself and have always enjoyed helping others learn. ID fits right in with my passions.

    I'd love to expand my toolbox of authoring software to create learning experiences for others.

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    • Seda ATA
    • Learning Technologies Specialist
    • Seda_ATA
    • 2 mths ago
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    About your current or former teaching experience (anything you feel like sharing)

    I graduated from the Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology. Starting his teaching experience in school life and in coding workshops I took charge. Here I gave coding training to children between the ages of 5-18. After graduating from university, I worked in schools for two years and progressed in this field. Thinking that developing educational content makes me happier, I continue my career with the position I am in now. I am currently working as a Learning Technology Specialist in the company where I work

    Why do you want to transition to ID (or already have)?

    It is very important for me that my work provides motivation. Doing educational design, improving myself in design, seeing the trainings I have created and feeling success makes me happy. What I do contributes to my creativity and this is the development process for me.

    Why would you like to get iSpring Suite 11?

    I want to increase the number of auxiliary applications I use in my working life and to benefit from the interface in order to improve myself more. I think it will increase the interaction and effectiveness in the trainings I design.

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    • Tsiky K. Ranaivoarson
    • Language Coach | Faculty Instructor
    • Tsiky_K_Ranaivoarson
    • 2 mths ago
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    • About your current or former teaching experience (anything you feel like sharing)

    I am an EFL professional and a faculty instructor. I have been teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages for more than five years. I have been teaching in various settings (private tutoring, language coaching sessions, academic setting). 

    • Why do you want to transition to ID (or already have)?

    I'd like to take my educational practitioner skills into another dimension, notably the digital dimension, as the future in the educational field is now crucially related to the digital world. Also, I aspire to expand to the corporate training field.

    I'd like to start building my portfolio of eLearning authoring tools.

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    • About your current or former teaching experience (anything you feel like sharing)

    • I have worked as a teacher in Japan. I enjoyed tea hing elementary school and junior college while I was there. I also taught in my home country both at the secondary and primary level. 

    • Why do you want to transition to ID (or already have)?

    • I recently transitioned into ID. I have been learning a lot and I want to continue to do so in keeping with my mandate of being a lifelong learner. I love to use my teaching background to create student centred instructional design experiences. 

    • Why would you like to get iSpring Suite 11?

    • iSpring has very good ratings for being a great solution for learners, educators and businesses and I would love to be a part of that. 

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    • Chrissy Flanigan
    • Instructional Designer
    • Chrissy_Flanigan
    • 2 mths ago
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    Hello! After eight years wonderful years, I left my position in May as a secondary theatre educator. While I thoroughly enjoyed my time as an arts educator, I also knew it was time to begin seeking greater challenges in a more sustainable environment. After completing my master's degree in Education a month ago, I am eager to begin the transition into Instructional Design. A career in Learning and Development brings together two great passions of mine: curriculum and visual design. I am eager to utilize my past experience while continuing to upskill and learn about this new career field. One of the most challenging aspects of this career transition is learning about and investing in industry-standard software. While there are numerous resources available, having access to creative tools like iSpring allows for an immediate immersion into design tools necessary for creating projects and work for portfolios and future clients. Thank you for recognizing a sincere need and investing in the future of former teachers. This is truly appreciated!

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  • Hi there. I'm a former classroom teacher. Currently I have a few contract jobs, both in K-12 and instructional design, so I've half-way transitioned. I'm working to make a complete transition to ID for many reasons, including flexibility and pay. It's also the perfect blend of my teaching and media studies background, and I love that it touches all industries, so there's always a lot to learn. That keeps things interesting. I'd be very happy to get iSpring Suite 11 because it's becoming more popular in the ID world (I've seen it listed in job descriptions). Knowing how to use it and having full access to it would be immensely helpful to obtaining that full-time ID position that I'm working toward. The features and functionalities of iSpring also sound like a great way to design and implement e-learning!

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