We Wonder, We Create is a video made by a group of 4th and 5th graders at the South Shore School in Seattle. Using stop-motion animation, the students investigate the creative process from the spark of an idea all the way to an invention or artistic product.
The video explains the current situation of the U.S. government having prisons as the main priority over education. It also explains the possible outcomes if the priority of the government doesn’t change.
This video is about the danger of owning a gun. In December 2010 we wrote a script about a situation in which someone got hurt by a gun. Then we came up with some question and interviewed people in the community about the effects of gun violence. In February we make a vide…
With this digital story Emerald Smith reminds us to embrace who we are and to not listen to shallow comments on the way we look and act. She shares the secret of her strength and happiness: cherishing the people she loves!
This project focuses on how education has become less of a priority. It is meant for mainly teenagers and young adults. It is a documentary that's message is to push towards success to give yourself a chance.
Second Look is a video that explores adult stereotypes of teens. The video asks adults to renew their faith in youth. Teens are made of more than just their faults, they have the potential to be amazingly successful.