KASA is proud to announce the first Student Video Contest, calling for individual or group student-produced videos that explore this year’s theme: Creating Healthy Communities and Cybercommunities.
The contest asks students to explore how technology has changed and is changing school culture, specifically how it affects students’ relationships with each other and with their adult mentors at school.
Please read the “For Students” section of the video contest guidelines to help guide your students in this project. Students should submit videos to their school principal, who will select one (1) video per age group to enter in the contest. Only one (1) video is accepted per age category, regardless of whether it is an individual or group submission.
First place prizes will win cutting-edge tools to help students continue to develop their 21st century skills in addition to one overall honorable mention. Principals should then submit the video to KASA before April 1, 2011 either by: uploading video file to the online dropbox or by mailing the DVD and submission form on page 3 to the KASA office (152 Consumer Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601).
Please encourage your students to participate in the contest, and please share feedback that will help us improve this contest. Your support will help Kentucky students think locally and globally about the communities they comprise.
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