What's in it for students? The opportunity to use your beloved cell phone in class! Plus create and learn some cool science and win a share of $10,000 in cash prizes in LOTS of Divisions, including a new category this year "Safety in the Science Lab" - Now if 13-16yo students can't make a funny video about safety in the science lab .... I'll eat Schrodinger's cat :)
Do you know how to shoot a 60second video? Sounds easy? It's not.
Now you have 6 weeks to get your video uploaded. Start now if you haven’t already started!
Again our fabulous judges are awarding A$!0,000 in cash prizes in lots of Divisions and age groups.
How awesome are these judges? Judge for yourself: http://www.60secondscience.net/the-details/the-judges
We have some uploads already! Check out the early entrie in the International Open Division: http://www.60secondscience.net/entry-gallery/2013-entry-gallery/international-open/viewcategory/48/international-open
For teachers, I have made a nifty worksheet for your students to do in class in preparation. http://bit.ly/1baQyhK
NEW DIVISION this year: “Best Safety in the Science Lab” video (a great opportunity for some comedy! )
For details on Prizes and Division:
Good luck .... I'm glad I'm not one of the judges.
Register and upload by 5 August 2013 to win share of $10,000 in cash prizes.
Check out this biology themed video that won the grand prize in 2012 ( surely an astronomer could beat this? ) http://www.60secondscience.net/entry-gallery/viewvideo/881/international-open/vision
<BTW, I am only the convenor, and not one of the 10 fabulous spunky judges>
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