[NHDOE-ETNews] ET News: Announcing the Speak Up America Photo and Video Challenge
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Mon Dec 8 14:22:18 EST 2014
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ITEM: Announcing the Speak Up America Photo and Video Challenge
Since 2003, over 3.7 million K-12 students, parents, educators and community members have participated in the annual online surveys - with over 300,000 surveys from this year alone! Now it's your time - in honor of the superb survey period this year, on Monday December 8th Project Tomorrow will kick off "Speak Up America 2014" a weeklong event to celebrate Speak Up participants, past, present and new! Have a voice in the future of digital learning in our nation's schools by participating in this year's special Speak Up America campaign.
We are excited to announce the rules for our Speak Up America photo and video challenge! Keep reading for information about how you can win up to $500 in classroom grants.
* Photo challenge: Participate for a chance to win a $250 grant for your classroom or school!
* Video challenge: Win up to $500 in classroom or school grants by creating a short and fun video!
Be sure to take the survey before December 19th! Click here to take the survey and pass it on.
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Speak Up America Photo Challenge #speakupsnapshot
Planning to have your class or school participate in Speak Up this week? Already had your class or school participate? Need a little incentive to get your class or school to participate? Join in on the fun and take part of our Speak Up for America Photo Challenge.
To celebrate digital learning and all our wonderful Speak Up participants we will be offering a $250 grant to one lucky Speak Up participating classroom or school during the week of December 8th. All you need to do is take a picture with this Speak Up for America 2014 Badge highlighting your Speak Up experience and upload to one of our social media site or this page.
Click here to learn more about the photo challenge
Speak Up America Video Challenge #VoicesofSpeakUp
Last year, we heard you loud and clear with over 85,000 participants during Speak Up America week and multiple #speakupsnapshots submitted to the 1st annual Speak Up America photo challenge. Now in our second year of Speak Up America, we want to see you and your class "Speak Up" in action! In this new social media video challenge, Project Tomorrow wants to know:
"Why is using digital tools for learning important for your (students') future?"
All you need to do is create a short 15-30 second video answering the question above. Use this opportunity to get your class involved by making this into a class project. Submissions can come in the form of videos, animations (Powtoon), slideshows, voice snippets and more! The more creative the better!
In this challenge there will be THREE grant opportunities:
* 1st Place: $500 classroom or school grant
* 2nd Place: $350 classroom or school grant
* 3rd Place: $150 classroom or school grant
Never has your chance of earning a $500 grant for your classroom been easier. Enter your #VoicesofSpeakUp video into the Speak Up America video challenge today!
Learn more about the video challenge contest rules here
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