THERE IS ONLY ONE OPTION FOR THIS CHALLENGE. See below for suggested modification for completion at home. You can only submit work and get points for one option.
All videos uploaded to the website will automatically be eligible to receive public votes when voting opens on April 1, 2020 (public voting closes April 24, 2020). Videos can be uploaded any time before or after this date, but voting deadlines will not be extended for late entries.
Option 2: Suggested modification for completion at home
We understand that the video challenge will be difficult to complete with students at home, but we encourage teachers and students to come up with creative ideas to do so!
Students can film a short clip in which the student shares their energy-saving tip. These clips can be sent to the teacher, and the teacher can compile them into a video that is no longer than 60 seconds.
Videos can be submitted between April 1 and April 24. Public voting closes April 24 at noon (EST).
Videos must still adhere to the Rules and Regulations of the CEDC; including that the video must be based on student work.
Anyone appearing in the video is required to submit a media release/consent form to the teacher (found on the website), however students' faces and voices are not required to be in the video.
Students should not gather to film this video, and must follow government health guidelines pertaining to physical distancing, self isolation, and quarantine.
We understand that it is possible that not every student will be able to contribute to this challenge, however, we do ask that more than one student participate.
Completed videos (maximum 60 seconds) can be uploaded to the website, and once approved, will appear on the website for voting.
By the end of this activity, students will have:
- identified ways to create an effective public service announcement
- worked as a team to design and produce a video