Oh my gosh, Tricia...this one is one of my favorites, if not my favorite. So creative! And it's a message we all need to be able to put out to our students in as many ways as possible. This video will definitely be shown at the start of my classes in the Fall. thanks for the great work you do and for sharing it with us.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tricia_fuglestad" <tricia_fuglestad@...> wrote:
> Thanks Ali!
> Now I need votes to help send a student filmmaker to Washington DC to see their movie screen at the Shortie Awards~two movies have been accepted this year!
> (go to second page and vote for Fuglestad)
> The top 10 grants are awarded based on community votes. I'm in 12th place now! Help today! THANKS!
> > Another awesome Fugleflick! Thanks! ALi B
> > --- In email@example.com, "tricia_fuglestad" <tricia_fuglestad@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I was having trouble with a group of 1st graders crying and getting frustrated, so some 5th grade student filmmakers worked on this movie to help encourage the younger students to just try their best! There is plenty of special effects with green screen, original music, acting, singing, dancing, and of course the art fairies. There is also a special guest appearance of Mr. Fuglestad as a talking sketchbook.
> > > You will understand once you watch it. Oh, and don't forget to catch the bloopers too:)
> > >
> > > Tricia Fuglestad
> > > Dryden Elementary
> > > Arlington Heights, IL
> > >