2010 Digital Media Festival Winners
Every year, the E. Desmond Lee Technology and Learning Center of UM Saint Louis’ College of Education host the Digital Media Festival to encourage the creative use of digital media within the primary and secondary classroom setting to meet learning objectives. DMF is designed to be an event that showcases and rewards strong DV or interactive media examples in education. It provides students and teachers in the St. Louis region with an authentic outlet for their work beyond their own school walls.
Thank you for your participation in the 2010 Digital Media Festival. We understand that each of you spent countless hours creating your videos, so we just wanted to say thanks. We appreciate all of your hard work and dedication in making the 2010 Digital Media Festival a success. Collected here are the winners, divided by category, of the 2010 DMF. Questions about the program can be directed to our DMF coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the TLC at (314) 516-4800 and ask for the DMF Coordinator. Once again, Congratulations!
Primary School Category Winner
No entries were submitted for this category.
Middle School Category Winner
On A Bus
By: Evan King, Kaleb Parran, Savione Brown, Moustapha Dieng, Jordon Perry, Charles Thompson, Tom Crooms, Jason Haub, Zach Palumbo, Jeff Milovich, Josh Mabe, Hannah Gerkowski, Kevin Wallace, Devin Wallace, Jalen Miles, Jordan Maessen, Ethan Kelley, Keondiss Smith, Angelynn Strubberg, Monica Lywiski, Alexis Rowland, Logan McIntire
Students demonstrate how to follow the guidelines from the Positive Behavior Intervention Support Matrix using this catchy rap video.
Category: Middle School
Sponsor: Amy Walker
School: Holman Middle School
Secondary School Category Winner
Texting And Driving
By: Kyle Thies
A Public Service Announcement warning people of the dangers of texting while driving. This PSA compares the emotional pain of the friend of the driver to the actual pain that the driver experiences.
Category: Secondary School
Sponsor: Jennifer Schwarz
School: McCluer High School
Instructor Category Winner
Memory Video 2010
By: Scott Wagner
This is the beginning of our Holman Memory Video 2010. It is a yearly video that features Holman students and staff and is a compilation of the all the great things that go on at Holman each year. We used a Facebook theme to get the students interest and attention through a variety of fake Facebook posts. This video features a post about our rival Pattonville Heights. The entire video is about 30 minutes long. It is designed to be a culminating activity at the end of the school year and to remind them of all that they accomplished throughout the year.
Sponsor: Scott Wagner
School: Holman Middle School
UMSIE Award Winner
For the 2010 Digital Media Festival the UMSIE Award will be awarded to On A Bus. This group receives the prestigious trophy. In addition to winning the UMSIE Award, the grand prize winner’s cash prize will be increased to $500, awarded to their classroom.
Popular Vote Winner
The votes are in! The Popular Vote winner is On A Bus.
Tags: Digital Media Festival
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