Student DV – Show 103
On this episode of Student DV, we’re getting active! We’ll be learning how to dance, then whether or not Cheerleading is a real sport, and then how to be a good sport.
01:03 How to Play Four Square — Foulks Ranch Elementary School
03:58 Get Active — Rio Linda High School
04:37 How to Long Jump — Franklin High School
06:44 Got Intramurals — Elitha Donner Elementary School
11:27 Karate: How to 9-Count Blocking — Toby Johnson Middle School
12:59 Is Cheer a Sport? — Andrew Carnegie Middle School
15:27 PSA Sportsmanship — Toby Johnson Middle School
16:47 How to Dance — Del Paso Manor Elementary School
19:51 How to Pass a Rugby Ball — Cordova High School
20:40 We are the Future — Winston Churchill Middle School
21:45 SEVA Feature – Sierra Brown — Rwanda Trip 2012– C.K. McClatchy High School
Host: Sam Spinner
Student DV (Digital Video) is a unique, award-winning program that includes participation from all Sacramento County K-12 school districts and inspires students to produce educational videos to share their vision and ideas. SECC (Sacramento Educational Cable Consortium) produces the program to showcase digital video programs created by Sacramento students, and the program is aired weekly on SECC’s educational cable channels.
Student DV features student work entered in the annual SEVA (Student Educational Video Awards) contest. Open to all Sacramento County K-20 students, the SEVAs provide a variety of categories to express an educational message — PSA, school news/events, documentary and instructional.