TAGT is once again sponsoring a student video contest, Gifted is…, and seeks to showcase the voice of gifted students across the state, as well as encourage creativity and collaboration.
The overall goal is to explore what it means to be gifted from a student perspective. Each video submission should explore how gifted and talented students can elevate their world at home, at school or in broader communities. We hope to identify the best things happening in those areas that allow students to achieve their full potential and completely express their gifts and talents!
Two winning entries will be awarded a $500 prize to be used by the school’s campus to support the gifted program and will be shown during the Inspire Awards Celebration at giftED17. Select entries will be used in various ways to showcase student perspectives.
So, are you ready to gather a group of gifted students on your campus and channel their inner Steven Spielberg? To get started, please review the following contest guidelines:
- All entries must be submitted on behalf of the G/T identified student collaborators by a qualified sponsor. A qualified sponsor can be a G/T teacher, coordinator, counselor, or parent of a G/T student.
- Each complete entry should consist of the following elements:
- Each VIDEO submitted:
- Should address the key themes: Gifted is…
- Is limited to 3 minutes, including credits.
- Must be viewable, clearly heard and uploaded to YouTube in a .mov or .m4v file format.
- May not include anything inappropriate or the video will be disqualified. (Examples include: obscenities, nudity, vulgarity, violence, etc.)
- To be considered, complete entries must be submitted by midnight on November 3, 2017.
- Entries will be judged by the TAGT Communications Committee using a rubric.
- Two overall winners will be selected – one elementary school (K-5) entry and one secondary school (6-12) entry.
- Limit 3 entries per campus.
- Copyrights must be honored. The use of copyrighted materials (such as popular music, brand names, and images) is NOT PERMITTED. There is a variety of copyright-free music, visuals and other material resources that you may use. Search the internet or talk to your media teacher at school for ideas!
- All entries become the property of the Texas Association of Gifted & Talented (TAGT) and may be used in a variety of TAGT projects.
If you have any further questions, please contact Justin Ables, TAGT Member Engagement & Marketing Manager, at email@example.com or 512.499.8248.