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The Awards ceremony for the Flat Classroom Project 10-2, June 22, 2010

The Awards ceremony for the Flat Classroom Project 10-2, June 22, 2010
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  • 1. Flat Classroom Project10-2
    AWARDS CEREMONY
    Flat Classroom™ Co-founded by Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay
  • 2. Welcome
    - Julie Lindsay
    http://flatclassroom10-2.flatclassroomproject.org
    http://flatclassroomproject.ning.com
  • 3. Participating Schools
  • 4. Judges Awards
    Given by the expert judges aggregating their scores
    These awards go to the best multimedia works.
    See Rubrics for details about
    Criterion A: Design and Technical Quality and
    Criterion B: Synthesis and Construction of Ideas
    http://flatclassroom10-2.flatclassroomproject.org/Rubrics
    All Awards can be found at
    http://flatclassroom10-2.flatclassroomproject.org/Awards
  • 5. Group 1Connecting the World Online
    Judged by -
    Lead Judge: Craig Union
    Judge 1 – Jim Gates
    First: What the Internet did by Anish Patel (AAHS) USA
    HM: New Project 1 by Patrick B (WISS) USA
  • 6. Group 2How the WWW has changed the world
    Judged by –
    Lead Judge - Dennis RichardsJudge 1- Craig UnionJudge 2- Anne Mirtschin
    First: Where In This Flat World Are We Going? by Juliana C (AAHS) USA
    Second: WWW: First Person Narrative by Juhi D. (AAHS) America
    Third: Journey of a Social Entrepreneur by Dhabyak AK, QA, Qatar
    HM: World Wide Web: Group Stories by Mike K. (WISS), USA
  • 7. Group 4Uploading: Changing Shape of Information
    Judged by -
    Lead Judge - Jennifer KraftJudge 1- Craig Union
    First: Uploading: The Changing Shape of Information by Sabrina K, AAHS, USA
    Second: The Next Online Story by Josh L, WISS, USA
    Third: CSI Changing Entertainment Forever by Joanna M, WISS, USA
    HM: Uploading Fame by Sumaira H., USA Uploading: Social Entrepreneurship Sarah H., WISS, USA
  • 8. Group 6Globalisation and Outsourcing
    Judged by –
    Lead Judge - Anne MirtschinJudge 1- Brad Ovenell-Carter
    First: Globalization and Outsourcing: Art, Leisure, and Entertainment by Lidia R, AAHS, USA
    Second: Globalization and Outsourcing: The Story by Alison Hunter and Lauren Ellis, WISS, USA
  • 9. Group 7Google Takes Over the World
    Judged by –
    Lead Judge -Jim GatesJudge 1 – Mrs. DurffJudge 2 - Jennifer Kraft
    First: Google Saves the Day by Karen B, AAHS, USA
    Second: Google for Students David S, (WISS) USA
    Third: Google/The story by AdelinaTun, GrupScolar
    AgricolHolboca, Romania
    HM: Google Takes Over the World by Kathy Z, AAHS
    USA
    Google is Taking Over the World by Mary C, WISS USA
  • 10. Group 8PLE's and Social Networking
    Judged by –
    Lead Judge - Susan MacIntoshJudge 1- Anne Van Meter
    First: PLE's and Social Networking by Louna C, AHS,
    USA
    Second: A New Step in Communication by Angela B, AAHS, USA
    Third: PLEs and Social Networking.m4vby Emily B. and Leena M., WISS, USA
    HM: Top 10 Most Popular Social Networking Sites by Alyssa C, AAHS, USA
  • 11. Group 9Mobile and Ubiquitous
    Judged by –
    Lead Judge - Susan MacIntoshJudge 1- Mrs. Durff
    Judge 2 - Brad Ovenell-Carter
    First: Mobile and Ubiquitous: How We Live by Sammy R,
    WISS, America
    Second: Mobile and Ubiquitous: The Story by Harris Risell WISS, Bianca Whaumbush WISS
    Third: Mobile and Ubiquitous by Amanda C, AAHS, USA
    HM: Mobile & Ubiquitous - Innovation Invention Prediction by Gabe S, Wiss, USA
    Mobile & Ubiquitous: Social Entrepreneurship by Alex S, AAHS, USA
  • 12. Group 10Virtual Communication
    Judged by –
    Lead Judge - Anne MirtschinJudge 1-Deb BoisvertJudge 2- Purti Singh
    First: Virtual Communication: The Past, Present, and Future by Karishma J, AAHS, USA
    Second: Virtual Communication- First Person Narrative by Florin Cucireve, GSAH, Romania
    Third: World Communication by Amber Carroll, and Rachel Bruni, WISS, USA
    HM: Virtual Communication By Larissa H, AAHS, USA
    How Technology has Changed Lives by Alexander L., AAHS, USA
  • 13. Group 11Wireless Connectivity
    Judged by –
    Lead Judge - Brad Ovenell-CarterJudge 1- Mrs. Durff
    First: Wireless Connectivity: How it Started by Mary Grace R, AAHS, USA
    Second: Wireless Connectivity: Innovation, Invention and Prediction by Maureen Beichert and Nick Altomare
    Third: Wireless Connectivity: Arts, Entertainment, and Leisure by Joules Z, AAHS, USA
    HM: Wireless Connectivity - How we Live and Play by Emile G, QA, Qatar
  • 14. Meta-Judge Awards
    The meta-judge for this project is Mark Van’tHooft. Mark is a member of the Flat Classroom Board of Advisors Mark is a researcher and technology specialist at Kent State University's Research Center for Educational Technology, specializing in mobile and ubiquitous computing in education.
  • 15. Honourable Mention
    Karishma J, AAHS, USA
    10.B.1 Title of video: “Virtual Communication:The Past, Present, and Future”
    Judges comment: “Interesting video that uses a story with a variety of multimedia to demonstrate developments in virtual communication. The choices of music are good. It seems that the content is a little off on some of the earlier dates. It is very, very long, and the same message could have been conveyed in much less time. Good job on the credits, although reference to Creative Commons is missing.”
  • 16. Third Place
    Sabrina K, AAHS, USA4.B.1 “Uploading: The Changing Shape of Information”
    Judges comment: “The content is well-organized and provides a nice contrast between before and now. One comparison to point out though is in the section about communication, there is a big jump from the Pony Express to Gmail. What about all of the communication channels that were developed in between, such as telegraph, telephone, fax, etc.? Media are used well, especially the use of visuals. Credits are ok except for not mentioning Creative Commons.”
  • 17. Second Place
    Juliana C (AAHS) America2.B.1 “Where In This Flat World Are We Going?”
    Judges comment: “It is obvious that the creator of this video did her research. It was synthesized well in the form of a story. The only gap seems to exist towards the end, where there is very little discussion of critical issues of privacy and security that come with the increasing power and functionality of the Internet. The pace is a little slow, especially at the beginning, which is enhanced by staying too long with one visual (the title slide). Some music at the beginning and or end may liven things up a little. There is no mention of Creative Commons.”
  • 18. FIRST PLACE
    The Flat Classroom Project 2010-2 overall winner,
    Judges Comment: “This is an excellent and creative video that illustrates the power of Google by using different tools in Google to tell a story. The various elements of the video fit together well, including the search at the end for the background music that's being used in the video. It is obvious that the creator did his research and then made his case in an innovative way. Despite the fact that the credits are incomplete (no mention of Creative Commons) and there is no evidence of outsourced video, this entry really stood out.”
  • 19. The Winner is…….
    The Flat Classroom Project 2010-2 overall winner for Best Multimedia Artifact is:
    7.E.2 “Google for Students”
    by David S, (WISS), USA
  • 20. Congratulations to all students and teachers
    Thank you to all judges, advisors, researchers and supporters.
    Flat Classroom Projects
    http://flatclassroomproject.org
    Flat Classroom Project Ning
    http://flatclassroomproject.ning.com
    Flat Classrooms (for educators)
    http://flatclassrooms.ning.com
    Email: flatclassroomproject@gmail.com
    Flat Classroom™ Co-founded by Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay