Mrs. Hope Hebert's Class Wins Video Contest

Hope Hebert’s Kindergarten Class at Dozier Elementary participated in the LACUE (Louisiana Association of Computer Using Educators) Video Contest this fall. The state level technology contest had eleven winners in four divisions: Early Childhood, Elementary, Middle School and High School. Each group had categories such as Academic, Social/Civic and Artistic. Of the eleven winners chosen, Hope Hebert’s “Color Cheers for Kindergarten” won 1st place in the Early Childhood Academic division at the state level.

Hebert was recognized at the recent annual State LACUE Technology Conference in Baton Rouge on December 3, 2010 and received a $200 check for her class’ video entry. (State awards can be found on the LACUE site @ http://www.lacue.org/awards.htm)  All winning videos were displayed near the registration area throughout the two days of the conference.

The video lesson was created by Hebert to help the students learn to spell their color words. Students chanted the letters of each color word with cheer actions. Between each cheer, Hebert used additional visual color word video clips showing the background of the color they were spelling with the word embedded in white. Using Windows Movie Maker, she was able to compile the final product.  Both Hebert and her students videoed their entry using one of the Dozier Elementary flip cameras. The final clip can be found here!

Hope Hebert and her Kindergarten class at Dozier Elementary are pictured with Principal Karla Toups, Assistant Principal Natale Hebert and Vermilion Parish Supervisor of Classroom Technology Jude Dubois after the group won the Early Childhood Academic Division Video at the 2010 State LACUE Conference. Dozier Elementary Kindergarten teacher Hope Hebert accepts her $200 check from Peggy Abadie from Orleans Parish for her state winning video "Color Cheers for Kindergarten" at the LACUE conference in Baton Rouge. Hebert's class won the Early Childhood Academic Video division.
Slide shown while Hope Hebert from Dozier Elementary accepted her state prize.
All winning videos were displayed near the registration area throughout the two days of the LACUE technology conference. The screen is displaying Hope Hebert's winning video during the LACUE Conference.

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