Global Student Voice Film Festival
Listen and learn : Multi-presentation
Monday, June 24, 4:00–5:30 pm
Location: Nutter Theater: Level 1
Colin Beyersdorf Ian Brock Rosemary Heckard Jaydah Henry-Phillips Mason Holtcamp Jordan Lopez Aleena Marya Patel Rose Rezac
Come see the winning films from the Global Student Voice Film Fest, hosted by last year's ISTE keynote student panelists. K-12 students created short films responding to the theme "Activating Change."
|Audience:||Teachers, Technology coordinators/facilitators, Library media specialists|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Focus:||Digital age teaching & learning|
|Subject area:||Social studies, Performing/visual arts|
|ISTE Standards:||For Students:
|Additional detail:||Student presentation, Session will be simulcast live|
This film competition is a chance for students ages 5-18 to get empowered, amplify their voices and flex their creative muscles.
The main goal of the festival is to empower student voice and agency. We hope this program gives students around the globe a chance and platform to share their perspectives with the world and embody the mindset that they don’t have to wait until they grow up to make a difference – their ideas can impact people now. Following this year's ISTE theme, students from around the globe were invited to create a 1-minute video responding the prompt:“Activating Change.”
Hosted by two of the ISTE Keynote student panelists from last year and Student Voice Foundation Board Members, 14-year-olds Ian Brock and Rose Rezac, this event will be a celebration of student voice, agency and empowerment.
Attendees will not only get to screen the films by the students, but hear from the filmmakers on their process and get ideas for inspiring student creation and activism in their own schools.
- Opening / Welcome from student board members and MCs Ian Brock and Rose Rezac
- Film screenings
- Speeches from each winning filmmaker
- Short presentations on student agency by students