VideoBlocks.com Starts a photo contest for K-12 teachers and educators – $ 1,000 top prize
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Hey teachers and educators! Send a photo, how important video / media / technology in your school or school programs, and you could win $ 1,000 cash to set better!
VideoBlocks.com, a subscription-based website that offers unlimited stock video download and audio functions, is pleased to announce that it is sponsoring a photo contest for students and their advisers. The grand prize winner will receive a cash prize of $ 1,000, plus a video block unlimited subscription for a year.
The theme of the competition is why the technology is important to you? Teachers will be asked to demonstrate their class photos, as technology, video and means to improve the learning environment post. The photo of a student demonstration showing the technology in the classroom or an image, such as the addition of technology in the classroom, students can improve educational opportunities. Participants are asked to explain what they do. Do with prize money and what you plan to do with a one-year subscription to VideoBlocks.com
really excited about this competition, because we will foster a great way for us to think and support the growing number of talented information professionals and educators have said video block CEO, Joel Holland. Expects students and their teachers to be inspired to create some unique content, and in turn, win a cash prize, their schools could multimedia curriculum to a whole new level.
The competition is open to all grades K-12. A counselor, teacher or administrator must submit the entry that meets the eligibility requirements. All other entries will be disqualified.
The grand prize winner will receive $ 1,000 for their school or classroom in the direction of media and technology, as well as a one year subscription to block video (worth $ 948) placed. Second place gets a DVD footage and a set VideoBlocks.com year subscription. Third get a one year subscription VideoBlocks.com.
teachers to February 29, 2012 to submit their photos. After the deadline closes, the images will be posted online for a public vote. The 20 entries with the most votes will be selected as finalists and will move to a final round of judging. Their work will be judged for their creativity, their ability to be, though provocative and interpretation of the theme. One grand prize winner and two runners on 15 Announced in March 2012.
There are two easy ways to enter:
1? Send your photo to VideoBlocks.com
2? Send your photo via Facebook
is a subscription-based website that provides members with unlimited downloads, royalty free video footage, motion backgrounds, music, sound effects and more production. Instead of charging for the download to download videos from bloc members as much as they want – no limits! Currently, more than 300,000 clips are downloaded each month VideoBlocks.com. For more information, please visit: http://www.videoblocks.com/
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