A Picture Says a Thousand Words: Send Us Your Photos and Videos!
Author: Anthony Darby; Published: Feb 21, 2010; Category: Education outreach; Tags: Children, Classroom Instruction, Earth Science Week, Energy4me, eWeek, School, SPE, Speaker, Student, Teacher; Comments: Be the first
Energy4me wants to see how students are learning about energy in classrooms and at student events all over the world. Teachers, classroom speakers and student groups are invited to send us their podcasts, music videos, photos—anything that shows us how you’re making energy education a reality! Are you a teacher with an exciting experiment coming up? Grab your video camera and show off your students’ energy enthusiasm! Are you a petroleum engineer who’s making a guest presentation at a school? Record your speech and your question-and-answer session with the students and turn it into an educational podcast! We’ll put the best video and audio clips on our website for the world to see.
A quick tip: If you’re going to feature students on film (either video or still photos), make sure you print out copies of our Minor Photo Release form (make enough copies for all the students who might be featured!) so you can get permission from the students’ parents. If possible, send the forms home with the students several days before the cameras roll!
Email your photos and videos to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail us a disc at 222 Palisades Creek Drive, Richardson, TX 75080, USA. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!