Music video contest begins

The people at eInstruction are at it again, offering a prize of up to $75k (US) to the school that can gather  students and create their very own music video. The video can be a parody of an existing song or you can create one yourself. The key is to make it fun, creative, and focused on the use of technology in the classroom. I’ve blogged about this in previous years, and I know of several NZ schools that have entered, one of which won a significant prize!

The entries in this competition are always worth a view, as they illustrate the amazing diversity there is in the way the theme can be interpreted, and the incredible creativity that is unleashed when you set students an open-ended challenge like this.

This year I’ve had the privilege of being asked to be one of the judges for this event, so I’ll have even more reason to view and consider the entries – so let’s hope there are some NZ ones amongst them 🙂

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