What We’re Watching: Student Films about Technology in Education



By Education Next 03/07/2014

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For this year’s White House Student Film Festival, students were asked to submit videos about how technology is used in their classrooms and how it will change education for kids in the future.  Of the 2500 video submissions, 16 were selected to be screened at the White House. All 16 films are available here.

The video featured on this page, “Thru the Lens of a Tiger,” was created by students at Wilson High School in Washington, D.C.

Inspired by a mass media and communications course at the school, students have pursued a variety of creative and journalistic projects involving technology. One of the students who made the video is profiled in this Washington Post article.

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