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MakerMinded KY launching student video contest

MakerMinded KY, which seeks to interest students in STEM-related careers early in their educational paths, is hosting its first student video contest. The contest is open to students in grades 5-12 and the videos must be about manufacturing in Kentucky. Schools may submit up to five videos, each of which can be between 30 seconds and 3 minutes in length. [...]

By |2020-09-22T10:38:41-04:00August 17, 2017|

Video contest offers chance to meet ex-NBA star

The Fund for Transforming Education in Kentucky invites teachers to share video examples of creative and innovative learning so it can recognize best practices and share the examples with others across the state and nation. The Fund will accept video submissions on an ongoing basis to build its bank of video examples in its Teacher Portal. To launch the search, [...]

By |2020-10-14T08:52:01-04:00January 28, 2016|

Open Source High opens first video contest of year

Open Source High has launched its first student video contests of the new school year. Cash prizes will be awarded for the top videos in science, history and mathematics. Videos are limited to two minutes and may be on any topic within the three subject areas. Public voting will determine the winners. The deadline is Sept. 20; other contests will [...]

By |2015-09-10T08:23:34-04:00September 10, 2015|

Economics video contest open to K-12 students, teachers

The Council for Economic Education (CEE) has launched an election video contest for K-12 classroom teachers. This contest has students ask, via their teachers, for the best economic advice they can give our new president. Teachers should record one student, or a group of students, answering the question “What should the next president do to improve the economy?” This contest [...]

By |2012-09-25T14:19:50-04:00September 27, 2012|

Scholarship money prize for video contest

ACT’s new video contest is calling on students to tell their friends why they should take the ACT. Winning entries could win thousands of dollars in scholarship money. The contest encourages students to think creatively as they make plans to attend college. Participants must be U.S. high school students who plan to apply for admission to a U.S. two-year or [...]

By |2011-08-17T08:38:16-04:00August 18, 2011|
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