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by carf

Tell us, what is it really like to go to your school?

 

Welcome to the Life Round Here digital storytelling project.

 

This is the third time this project has been done, if you would like to see the first year's project, click here, to see the second year's project, click here.

 

To get started, let's discuss the requirements of the project:

 

  1. It must involve students from 8 - 15 years old.
  2. Your class/school/group must be able to publish at least one video.
  3. The stories must be in English or have subtitles in English.
  4. Stories must be published and "watchable" by April May 15, 2010. *Note the date change!*

     

 

With me so far?

 

Ok, so you agree to the first three requirements. The goal of this project is to help students around the world understand what school is like for others. This is a desire of mine to help students understand the differences and similarities between their own cultures and the cultures that are foreign to them.

 

Sound interesting?

 

Want to be a part of this? Can you meet the requirements posted above and you're ok with the idea? Good. Let's go.

 

How to be involved:

 

  1. Talk to your students about the project. Make sure they (and you) understand the requirements and can meet the end date of April 15, 2010. This year is all video
  2. If you want to be a part of the project, simply request access to this wiki! Make sure to tell me who and where you are! Use the link on the top right. If you have troubles with that, send me an email using the contact form telling me who and where you are, and I will send you an invite to be a contributor on the wiki.
  3. Add your information to the participants page so we'll know you're participating! (Make sure you've gotten the contributor invite!)
  4. Create a page for your school following the creating a page instructions. 
  5. Create and edit your story about what life/school is really like for your kids wherever you are. Keep it around 2 minutes.
  6. Upload your video to SchoolTube and tag it liferoundhere10.
  7. Add your page's link to the completed projects page.
  8. Watch the other schools' videos.

     


If you have any problems, questions, comments or concerns, first read the FAQ list, then please feel free to contact me using either the comments box below or my contact form.

 

The official tag for this project is liferoundhere10

if you post about it somewhere.

 

Thanks for checking out our project!

 

Chris Craft

 

 


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