What can the snapshot be about?
- Potential topics could include (but are not limited too) social entrepreneurship, digital pedagogies, student health & wellbeing, learning spaces, community engagement, authentic experiences/audiences, design & fabrication, passion projects, multi-age settings, constructionism and making, inclusive learning, coding & robotics, parent/expert engagements, professional learning, action research, global collaborations, +++.
How should they be structured?
- Your snapshot should be no longer than 60 seconds long. You can contribute more than one if you like.
- Snapshots should start with a clear rationale of why the individual or group is engaging with the innovation.
- Include a brief explanation of the process so others can replicate.
- Highlight tangible outcomes as a result of this innovation.
- You could use a STAR framework when interviewing to get a more comprehensive response from the interviewees.
What should they look/feel like?
- The example snapshots on this site should give you a sense of the possible look/feel for your 60 second video. We'd certainly love to see students involved too!
- Snapshots should be engaging, dynamic and highlight the passion of those involved.
- Videos should be comprised of interview style 'talking heads' (as per the example and detailed here) and B-roll of the innovation in action.
- Use authentic backdrops and avoid green-screen.
- Shoot in widescreen HD (1080p or better).
- Capture HQ audio with a microphone where possible.
- Do not include any text, video treatments or music. We will do these in post production including relevant names/roles/etc.
Anything else we need to know?
- Ensure you have signed parental/guardian permission before including any interviews, images or names of students. We'll only publish first names of students (unless otherwise instructed).
- If you capture more than one snapshot submit each as a seperate video.