Creative Strength 2020 Video Contest

Flex your creativity!

Creative Strength 2020Want to win fabulous prizes? Want to help young people around the world gain new insights to what they learn in school? Want to help with the very honorable effort to end ignorance, one video at a time? NextVista.org wants you!

How does the contest work? Put a little creativity into a video teaching any concept one might encounter in elementary, middle, or high school, and keep it to 90 seconds or less. It can be about sculpture, negative numbers, supply and demand, alternative energy, adverbs, or anything else for which you have a clever insight. Read the full rules, and if you click in the right place, you can get some hints.

This is really three contests: one for students, one for teachers, and one for collaborations between the two (as when students plan and/or act and the teacher edits). These get judged separately, and we'll be passing out prizes to the finalists and winners of each.

Deadline

Each video and its entry form(s) must be submitted by 11:59p on Friday, April 24, 2020. There is a small bonus in scoring for those videos submitted by 11:59p on Friday, March 27, 2020.

The Prizes

Certificates! iTunes cards! International glory! This last piece is a bit abstract, but hopefully of value to you. 8^)

Rules

Simple. You can't be a finalist unless you follow ALL the rules. Click here for details.

Sample Videos, Encouragement, and Some Fine Print

Here are the student finalist videos, teacher finalist videos, and collaboration finalist videos from earlier contests.

Get creative, craft your video carefully, and submit it - hopefully you'll not only help others learn something, but win a prize, too!

Ownership

The ownership of any video submitted to NextVista.org is retained by the student or teacher who creates and/or submits it. This person gives Next Vista for Learning the right to post the video and use it to promote the efforts of the organization, including posting on Next Vista's YouTube channel. If one who creates and/or submits a video to NextVista.org wishes the video to be removed from the library, he or she should write Next Vista for Learning and explicitly ask that specific videos he or she has submitted be removed. Any request will be honored within four weeks.