As previously reported here in GETideas.org, Dr. Sugata Mitra recently won the TED prize, and his wish is to create a “school in the cloud”. TED and the Huffington Post have since created a contest for the public. According to the TED webs site,”…your challenge is to test the SOLE (self-organized learning) method with students in your school, home or after-school program and to share what you learn with TED in the form of a 500-1000 word blog post. What was your experience like in setting up SOLE? Tell us about your SOLE adventure and the students who participated. What were the challenges, how did you overcome them and what did you learn? How do you believe SOLE can be used at your school in the future? Up to three winning submissions selected by Sugata and the TED Prize team will win a weekend trip for you and your child to attend TEDYouth 2013.” Sound like a great opportunity for informal and formal educators to innovate and bring a great idea to scale!