[NHDOE-ETNews] Get Schooled NH Video Contest
Stanley.Freeda at doe.nh.gov
Tue Dec 6 15:21:31 EST 2016
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ITEM: Get Schooled NH Video Contest
Get Schooled NH Video Contest
Here's how it works:
Students in teams of two, with the guidance of a teacher-mentor, will create a 2 minute video connecting a concept they have learned in class to their everyday lives. Videos will be evaluated on how well they demonstrate 21st century skills throughout the project and in their video submission. The 21st century skills evaluated are Communication, Creativity, Collaboration, and Self-Direction. After videos are submitted on January 15, the top 5 will be promoted online for a public vote. Winning teams and their teacher-mentors will receive cash prizes.
The opportunity for students:
§ Let NH see what has inspired you in the classroom.
§ Win cash prizes of up to $700 per student team.
§ Use critical thinking processes to demonstrate deep knowledge of a concept taught in class.
§ Develop increased awareness of the value of what you are learning and how this knowledge is useful in everyday life.
§ Increase working knowledge of 21st century skills like communication, creativity, collaboration, and self-direction.
The opportunity for teachers:
§ Be awarded a grant for up to $700 for a special project or materials you would like for your classroom.
§ Join your students and your school in being recognized publicly for excellence in education through innovation and active learning experiences.
§ Enjoy an opportunity to see the work you do every day come to life through the eyes of your students.
So, grab a friend and a teacher-mentor! Record a 2-minute video on one thing you've learned and how you apply it to your real life. Be sure to like us<http://facebook.com/reachinghighernh> on Facebook and sign up<http://eepurl.com/cgU-O1> for e-mail updates to get notifications, collaborate with other students, and share ideas. It's that easy!
Video submissions must be submitted by Sunday, January 15 at 11:59 p.m. Reaching Higher NH will select five finalists, and the public will vote on the contest winners. First prize student team wins $700, second prize wins $500 to share, and third prize wins $300 to share! AND your teacher-mentor will get a matching grant!
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