Please choose your school from the drop down menu.
Please add a title for your entry. Please be as descriptive as possible in the title to catch attention and highlight your creativity.
How does your entry illustrate your creativity to demonstrate your learning? Share a little bit with us about your entry. What subject might this expression be for? Any particular topic in mind? How would it demonstrate what you have learned in that particular class or topic? Remember the sky is the limit here. If it was up to you to decide how you could show your teacher what you are learning how would you do it?
*NOTE: If you have uploaded your video to YouTube, embed it here by clicking the 'Share' button under your video and pasting the URL on a separate line in the field above (i.e. http://youtu.be/jofNR_WkoCE).
I have added a variety of forms of expression here for you to choose from (this is by no means exhaustive). Please choose as many as apply to your work (you'll need to pick them one at a time). If nothing listed here applies, please type your own tags (as many as apply), separated by commas in the next box.
Please list any other types of expression that pertain to your entry. List as many descriptive words as you like - separate them by commas.
If you are submitting an image, photo, or drawing you may do so here - something with a .jpg or .png extension. Please ensure that your image is no bigger than 1024px wide and no smaller than 675 px wide. If your picture or image is a .pdf please submit it in the next field under file.
Accepted file types: pdf, jpg, png, ppt, pptx, doc, docx, mp3, mp4, wav, m4a, wmv, m4v, mov.
Use this field to submit any type of file other than an image - slideshow, song, music, video, document, etc. The accepted file extensions are: pdf, jpg, png, ppt, pptx, doc, docx, mp3, mp4, wav, m4a, wmv, m4v, mov
Do you host your own website, blog, or YouTube channel? Share it with us here. You may even choose to host your entry on your site and that's a great idea if you'd like. We'll post the link here on the Director's Student Voice Forum blog.