The winning movies from the Show-Me a Movie Contest will be posted very soon to our SchoolTube channel: http://www.schooltube.com/user/ShowMeAMovie. In the meantime, here’s a list of the movie titles, the teachers, and schools where the students attend (we have 64 winning students this year!). Congratulations!
Show Me a Challenge
Elementary: Green Town from Cordill-Mason Elementary, Blue Springs School District; Gail Bush, teacher
Middle School: Dangers of Texting from Francis Howell Middle School, Francis Howell School District; Molly LaVictoire, teacher
High School: Above the Influence from Joplin High School, Joplin School District; Bruce VanderHaar, teacher
Show Me a Story
Elementary: Warren’s 10-Year Anniversary, Warren Elementary, Francis Howell School District; Janet Nordemann, teacher
Middle School: Tale of Zombie Road, LaSalle Springs Middle School; Rebecca Schweizer, teacher
High School: Life Without Limbs, Bishop DeBourg High School, Archdiocese; Matt Bolger, teacher
Show Me Your Community
Elementary: Hoops & Jump Rope for Heart, Warren Elementary, Francis Howell School District; Janet Nordemann, teacher
Middle School: Spooner’s: Eureka’s Gateway to the Best, LaSalle Springs Middle School; Rebecca Schweizer, teacher
High School: Show Me: The Corn Cob Pipe Factory, Washington High School, School District of Washington; Michelle Turner, teacher
Show Me Something New
Elementary: Fantastic Figurative Five, Willow Brook Elementary, Pattonville School District; Dawn Lynn, teacher
Middle School: How to Make Gooey Butter Cookies, Sperreng Middle School, Lindbergh School District; Laurice Badino, teacher
High School: How to Tell if a Guy Likes You, Bishop DeBourg High School, Archdiocese; Matt Bolger, teacher
Again, congrats to all the winners in the 2010 Show-Me a Movie digital storytelling contest! We had nearly 100 submissions total from schools in the St. Louis metro area and across the state! Thank you to all who participated in the contest this year. The judges had difficult decisions when judging the movies. Winning submissions will be screened at a special reception at the St. Charles Convention Center as part of the 2011 Midwest Education Technology Conference.
Also, a special thank you to the following companies and organizations for sponsoring the contest and/or contributing to the gift bags the students’ will receive: Tech4Learning, CIGNA, Cooperating School Districts, Holt Electrical Supplies, and KMOV Channel 4. We appreciate your support of Missouri students’ film-making efforts!
To learn more about the Show-Me a Movie digital storytelling contest, visit Cooperating School Districts’ website or click on the image above.