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Do you have a video produced in your classroom or school that you’re proud of? Share it here! We love to see the funny, creative, and inspiring projects that you and your students create.

We’ll feature and share our favorites with the wider Edutopia community.

Happy video sharing! 


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allinreading's picture

Hi everyone! Inspired by @d_kuropatwa and the @edutopia I BELIEVE image, we decided to film a video to welcome our kiddos back to Horace Mann Middle School (Franklin, MA)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjS0MMvHlgE&feature=youtu.be

I gave the teachers two words "I Believe" and they brought the magic. Yesterday, we opened our doors and, on the very first day, we showed this to a packed auditorium and told 500 nervous students that we believed in them. I think we started a beautiful new tradition! Enjoy! Please share!

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Lina Raffaelli's picture
Lina Raffaelli
Former Community Engagement Intern at Edutopia

@allinoleary how inspirational. What a great way to kick off a new year :)

Samer Rabadi's picture
Samer Rabadi
Online Community Engagement Manager

MrBettsClass--so clever! And nice touch using the Quaker Oats canister for your percussion. :-)

The Global Class's picture
The Global Class
A global service learning program based in Charlotte, NC

Our nonprofit program produced this video in collaboration with the Any1Can Club at Myers Park High School (Charlotte, NC). It's created entirely from work produced by 9th grade English students in 2013-14. Their assignment was to create a meme that combined images from war-torn South Sudan with text from English literature like Romeo & Juliet, The Odyssey and The Hunger Games.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDET8bdrzEs

Students from the Any1Can Club helped choose a selection of the 800(!) memes created to tell the story of South Sudan's history. Then, they launched an advocacy campaign called Memes for Peace (learn more at www.motheringacrosscontinents.org). You can also check out their PSA to learn more about how you or your students can get involved in the project:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bM4ym6x4fI

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Samer Rabadi's picture
Samer Rabadi
Online Community Engagement Manager

@The Global Class, the combination of images and text is so powerful. What a fantastic idea!

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artavina
Kindergarten teacher from Los Angeles, CA

Our kindergarten students just reinvented the alphabet using 26 Madonna songs! Not only did the kids learn their letters and sounds, but they had a chance to dance, act, and perform! The LA Times even wrote an article about it. Check it out... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LReCcTZUlhQ

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jsgeiser
Principal of a K - 8 school in Somerville, MA

Last spring our grade 1 students completed a PBL about animal habitats. Here is a link to the video of this PBL, which focuses on the planning process and the impact on student learning. Check it out...

https://vimeo.com/143178597?ref=tw-share

Samer Rabadi's picture
Samer Rabadi
Online Community Engagement Manager

jsgeiser, I love it when classes/schools share their PBL videos. The videos really help people visualize what PBL can look like in their contexts.

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artavina
Kindergarten teacher from Los Angeles, CA

As an extension to our unit on trees (and to commemorate Earth Day), we decided to blend a little heart and drama into our science lessons by dramatizing Shel Silverstein's "The Giving Tree." We filmed a music video and sung a song that I thought fit the theme of the story. Believe it or not, Madonna's "Live to Tell" worked quite nicely!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UDGFYJe3oM

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