Student DV – Show 114
On this month’s episode of Student DV, We’ll see that Partner Can Be Helpful, We’ll learn how people are trying to protect public education And we’ll make some Onigiri. All this and more on this episode of Student DV.
00:00 Show Begins
00:57 Interview: Devin Ceja – Video: A Partner Can Be Helpful – School: John Erhardt Elementary School
02:32 Interview: Jamie Grau – Video: How to Take a Good Portrait Photo – School: Toby Johnson Middle School
03:43 Interview: Daniel Sullivan – Video: Food Allergies: The Dangers at School – School: Del Paso Manor Elementary School
07:41 Interview: Tiki Gonzalez – Video: Water Conservation – School: Winston Churchill Middle School
09:58 Video: EG Commercial Green and Clean – School: Foulks Ranch Elementary School
10:16 Video: In the Trash Can – Interview: Marisa Mene (during end credits) – School: Burbank High School
10:45 Video: Mr. Leakey’s Runoff Rules School: Center High School
11:11 Video: Sharing is Caring – Interviews: Alexis Borman and Sophia Pham (during end credits) – School: Creative Connections Arts Academy
11:44 Video: Animal Abuse – School: Toby Johnson Middle School – Teacher: Dana La Chapelle
12:15 Interview: Joshua Hamilton – Video: How to Make Onigiri – School: Franklin High School
15:56 Interview: Allison Cloninger – Video: How to Study – School: Winston Churchill Middle School
19:00 Interview: Cherrish Hardy – Video: Protecting Public Education – School: Franklin High School
25:24 Interview: Calvin Poole – Video: How to Use ESRB Video Game Ratings – School: Frontier Elementary
28:51 Show Ends
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, instructional and creative expression.