First of all, this video is pleasing to watch. It embodies great visual and auditory engaging. It is well edited, well told...For those reasons alone it is worth showing to your students. However, why not take it to the next level and have your students move past consumption to the stage of creation. What would this movie look like if it were made about your school or community? Given a simple digital camera, or a smart phone, or an ipad your elementary or high school students could use this as a model to create their own work. That is real world assessment that is actually worth sharing with the real world.
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