Teacher and Student Teacher Contest:
How to Enter:
- Login to LearningWhy (If you do not already have an account, you can easily register with LearningWhy and create a profile).
- Upload or use a lesson in LearningWhy on Reconstruction. Current lessons on Reconstruction in LearningWhy can be found here.
- Document your student’s learning with pictures and videos.
- Upload your images and/or videos (or links to your images and/or videos) to the Learning Outcomes page. The contest starts on Friday, February 1, 2019. The deadline for submissions is 5:00 pm (Eastern Time, US) on Friday, March 1, 2019. Winners will be announced live on March 29, 2019
*Contact Sharla Brown at email@example.com or 803-422-0233 if you have any questions.
*Contest rules found here.
How to Enter:
- Your students can showcase what they’ve learned in your lesson by creating a media project in one of the three following categories:
- Black Leaders during Reconstruction
- Significant Events i.e. resistance (KKK), development of schools and acquisition of land
- Black Culture
2. The length of the presentation/video should not exceed 120 seconds (2 minutes), not including the 10 second title scene
3. All information presented in the presentation/video must be cited, giving credit to the original source. Plagiarism of any kind will result in disqualification. IF CHOSEN AS A FINALIST, you must submit a list of your sources, properly cited.
4. Students should submit entries online at https://bit.ly/2Rzkhv0
- There is no entry fee.
- Entries may be submitted through the website starting on February 1, 2019. The deadline for submissions is 5:00 pm (Eastern Time, US) on Monday, March 1, 2019. Winners will be announced live on March 29th, 2019 All entries must be submitted in digital format.
- Students should keep at least one copy of their presentation/video.
- Content must align with South Carolina Academic Standards. Content must not 1) promote illegal behavior; 2) support racial, religious, sexual or other invidious prejudice; 3) advocate sexual or violent exploitation; 4) violate rights established by law or agreement; 5) invade the privacy of any person; or 6) be otherwise inappropriate as determined by SCETV Education in its sole and conclusive determination.