Thursday, July 9, 2015

Video of the Year Voting open NOW!

Here's a note that appeared recently in our friend Rushton Hurley's newsletter... Click the link, watch the videos, and please vote now!

We'd love for you to focus a little of your time helping us choose the Videos of the Year for the best submissions from the 2014 contests. Intrigued?

There are thirteen videos across the three strands, and each follows the rule of being no longer than 90 seconds (with up to another 60 seconds for credits). Voting on every strand should in total take less than thirty minutes of your time, and it'll be a half hour that should provide some cool ideas for you.

Why do this? Mainly it's a chance to do what is all about - highlight creative approaches to learning something and celebrating those who put in the work. However, this is also a good opportunity to see what others have done and get some ideas for projects you may do once school starts again in the coming months.

Are you in? If so, click here for the links and the ballot. Please cast your vote by the end of day (US Pacific time) on July 26th. We appreciate the help!


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