Amazing Students Win WhatsRightAboutAmerica.com Video Challenge
Sponsored by the not for profit Webprofessionals.org organization and its SchoolofWeb.org Web professional education initiative the WhatsRightAboutAmerica.com video challenged students to win prizes and recognition for their design, development and business skills.
Students from around the U.S. that participated in the National Web Design Contest hosted by the 50th annual SkillsUSA National Career Technical Education Conference were tasked to create a 3-5 minute video to tell the world what is right America while branding the
WhatsRightAboutAmerica.com website, the SkillsUSA.org organization and the SchoolofWeb.org and CTELearning.com organizations as sponsors.
The following are the winning submissions:
Lashawn Couey and Dylan Brackett from Polk County High School Benton, TN
*I like the rapid pace of the video.
*does get repetitive but the pace compensates for it.
*Kept it general to all USA… yet still showed SkillsUSA.. great balance.
*Good edits, decent framing of the shots. audio all – for the most part stayed close to the same level.
*music was nice background
*had a close and gave credits
Additional entries of note:
Jayson Herlth Nick Koski, Caroline Career and Technology Center Ridgely, MD
*I like the start, I like the “We the People..” excellent visual to begin with.
Ryan Benson and Justin Whitehead from Caroline Career and Technology Center
*I like the documentary still of asking a question to the viewer and then hearing the answer
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