Congratulations to our two $10,000 grand prize winners, four $1,000 prize winners, and all the finalists for creating great stories and sharing them far and wide.
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It’s too easy to be swept into a negative mindset when you first get online, but there’s so much more to interacting with people on the Internet. Whether it’s online gaming, social media, or just texting, being a positive influence on others is just the right thing to do. This video recalls the story of how I learned this lesson first-hand.
This is the story of The Ice-Man and the lessons he learned while using the internet. Please enjoy.
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“Internet Heroes!” is a music video designed by the 5th graders of Antelope Ridge Elementary School in Colorado. For our entry, we discussed what positive things we can use the internet for, and what things we need to avoid. Then, students re-wrote the lyrics to parody the song, “The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song” by The Flaming Lips. With the help of Mr. Jones, the music teacher, Mr. Cuoco recorded the music. Then, students acted out the roles of internet heroes helping students to use the internet for good! We had a great time following the “Old-School Action Hero Movie” theme for this fun video project!