C-SPAN’s StudentCam Contest is Back
The StudentCam contest is open to trainees in sixth through twelfth grade. The contest deadline is January 20, 2022. Even if your trainees do not get in the contest, the concern is an excellent one to contemplate. C-SPAN uses some outstanding resources to help instructors assist their students prepare entries for the StudentCam contest.
C-SPAN provides some exceptional resources to assist instructors help their trainees prepare entries for the StudentCam contest. Those resources include research study templates, video script templates, and project lists. You can discover all of the.
instructor resources here..
Applications for Education.
This years contest prompt is a great one to incorporate into a federal government and or U.S. History class. Even if your students dont get in the contest, the concern is an excellent one to ponder. It can also be utilized ot present ideas about state vs. federal powers.
Every year C-SPAN hosts the.
StudentCam video contest for middle school and high school trainees in the United States. The 2021/22 version of the contest has been revealed and this years topic is “How does the federal government impact your life?”.
The StudentCam contest is open to students in sixth through twelfth grade. Students can submit private work or work in groups of up to three members.
The StudentCam contest is open to students in the United States. The contest due date is January 20, 2022. All videos should include some C-SPAN video footage. This year more than $100,000 in prizes will be granted. Total contest rules can be found here and the prize list can be found here. There are prizes for students in addition to for teachers..