izzit.org's Holiday Gift to Educators: Free DVDs!

Nov 23, 2015, 13:33 ET from izzit.org

ERIE, Pa., Nov. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Educators across the U.S. are receiving an extra special gift this year from izzit.org, one of the leading producers of video-centered teaching units. In its 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Spectacular, classroom and homeschool teachers can beef up their video libraries with one free DVD each day, from December 7-18, 2015.

"We've always tried to ease educators' budgeting concerns by offering them one free DVD a year," said Susan Gable, izzit.org's director of education curriculum. "This year we decided to celebrate our new izzit.org Roku channel and our new streaming capabilities with a big holiday giveaway. Additionally, six randomly drawn participants will receive a bonus Roku streaming stick."

izzit.org began streaming its popular videos online in August and on its new Roku channel in November. Videos are free to watch, but do not contain the teaching guides and lesson plans that make up izzit.org's award-winning teaching units. Educators can create a free account to access those additional educational materials.

DVD titles included in izzit.org's 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Spectacular are Freedom's Sound; 2081; Drew Carey Vol. 1 & 2; Bee the Change; Too Much Money; Pups of Liberty: The Boston Tea-Bone Party; Recipe for Success; Power to the Planet; Monkey Business; A World of Money; and Food Truck Road Block.

On each day of the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway Spectacular, a special code will be posted for 24 hours on izzit.org's social media outlets: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+, as well as on its onsite news blog. Simply log in at www.izzit.org to enter the code on the 12 Days of Christmas page to qualify for the free DVD.

No purchase is required and the giveaway applies to U.S. residents only. Official rules can be found at www.izzit.org.

About izzit.org:
For nearly a decade, izzit.org has been offering engaging educational teaching units that encourage thoughtful consideration and critical thinking skills around civics, entrepreneurship, economics, the sciences and other philosophical perspectives that have proven to improve people's lives.  Currently more than 300,000 classroom teachers and homeschoolers employ the videos, teacher's guides and fresh ideas from the website to generate stimulating and meaningful classroom and at-home dialogue among students, teachers and parents. izzit.org is a 501(c) 3 not-for-profit educational initiative headquartered in Erie, PA. For more information, visit the website, www.izzit.org.

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