On Day 2 of iCore at lunch, the names of those people who want to compete for the $33 go into a hat. We choose one randomly and that person at lunch has a chance to answer the 33 questions. If successful, the contest is over. If not, we pick a new name out of the hat.
Here are the people in the 2015 iCore Hall of Fame
- July 1-2 Maryland -- Erin from Maryvale Preparatory School at iCore Maryvale
- July 13-14 Manhattan -- Shawn from Chapin School NJ wins $33 at iCore RSS
- July 16-17 Princeton NJ -- Patrick from Chapin School NJ wins $33 at iCore Chapin
- July 20-21 Maryland -- Dianne from SJE wins $33 at iCore SJE Severna Park
- July 23-24 Princeton NJ -- no winner
- July 30-31 -- Ridgecroft Ahoskie NC -- Megan from Ridgecroft School wins $33
- Aug 3-4 -- Tampa -- no winner
- Aug 10-11 -- Colorado -- Michael from Stanley British Primary School wins $33
- Aug 20-21 --Village School LA
- Aug 27-28 -- Rippowam Cisqua
Here are the people in the 2014 iCore Hall of Fame
- Jake from Shore Country Day School at iCore Boston on March 10-11 2014
- Allie from St. Mark's Episcopal School atiCore Houston on June 2-3, 2014
- Cindy from Good Shepherd Episcopal School at iCore Dallas on June 5-6, 2014
- Sari and Jonathan from the two schools of Ronald Womick Jewish Day School and
Crystal Springs Upland School
at iCore San Francisco on June 9-10, 2014
- Annalee from Cate School at iCore Carpinteria on June 12-13, 2014 (notice the Celtics shirt she wore for good luck)
- Sareet from Striar Hebrew Academy at iCore Boston on June 16-17, 2014 -- interesting that Sareet was a last minute replacement for someone who had to drop out but she managed to learn the 33 skills and win the $33 in just a few days
- Blake from Portsmouth Abbey School at iCore Rhode Island on June 19-20, 2014 held at Pennfield School
- Four participants split the $33 at iCore Brooklyn on June 30 - July 1 held at Berkeley Carroll School -- Anne (Dwight-Englewood) Lisa (Berkeley Carroll) Pam (Town School) and Jane (Berkeley Carroll)
- Four participants split the $33 at iCore Bronx on July 21 - 22 held at Horace Mann School -- Daniel (Grace Churce) Irene (Horace Mann) Laura (Horace Mann) and Ilyssa (Heschel School)
- Erin from Harbor School on Vashon Island
in Seattle WA wins the $33 contest at iCore Seattle on July 24-25 even
though she was chosen sixth.
Yes, 6 out of the 10 participants put their
names into the hat to compete!
- Katie from National Cathedral School in Washington DC wins the $33 at iCore Baltimore on 7/29/14 at Bryn Mawr School.
- Sonia from Corbett Preparatory School of IDS wins the $33 at iCore Tampa on 8/8/14 at Tampa Preparatory School.
- Lizz from St. John's Episcopal Parish Day School wins the $33 at iCore SJE on 8/12/14 in Tampa FL.
- Eddie from Oakwood School wins the $33 at iCore Oakwood on 8/14/14 in Greenville NC.
Will you be next to win $33? How do you get to Carnegie Hall? Practice, practice, practice!
- To paraphrase Thomas Edison, getting skillful with an iPad is "one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration."
- Throughout his book Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell repeatedly mentions the "10,000-Hour Rule," claiming that the key to success in any field is, to a large extent, a matter of practicing a specific task for a total of around 10,000 hours.
Unrelated to above: Apps to install prior to iCore -- Aug 2014 version
Current Version now in a GD -- click