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The learning goes on! For 2020, Tulare County Office of Education has adapted its annual Night at the 21st Century Museum to encompass virtual learning and sharing opportunities.

Student teams can share their video or screencasted presentation with our Student Events team, and we will post them on this site for others to view and learn from.




Event Details

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Juliana Davidian - Student Event Coordinator

Event Date

Registration is due April 30, 2020 Projects are due May 11, 2020

Who can participate?

This event is open to all K-12 students Registration Information Register individual projects at https://forms.gle/1izAgVZajDzMUZXW9 

Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about this event.





Creating Your Presentation

Create your presentation as you normally would, whether a slide-based or online presentation, hand-built model or full-size real-life example.

To record and share hand-built model or full-size example, have a family member record you presenting your work using the camera on their tablet or mobile phone. Be sure not to show your faces in the video.

Your privacy is important to us! For slide-based or online presentations, you can screen-cast yourself clicking through the presentation while providing narration.
 




Sharing Your Presentation

Once your presentation video has been created, you can share it with us in a variety of ways: 

  • With the help of your parents, you can create a YouTube channel and post your video there. You can set your video to Hidden, which means only people who have the link to your video can view it. Email juliana.davidian@ersconnect.org the link to your YouTube video, or...
  • Create a Google Drive folder and upload your finished video to it. Share the video using the following settings: Anyone with the Link - Can View. Email juliana.davidian@ersconnect.org the link to your video file.


The Tulare County Office of Education (“TCOE”) created this webpage to highlight original works of authorship created and submitted by participating students.  Student content is posted on this webpage with the permission of the authoring student and parent/guardian.   The authoring student(s) retains full rights to any works of authorship posted herein.  You may not copy, reproduce, or reuse the contents of this webpage without the express consent of TCOE or, where appropriate, the authoring student(s). TCOE makes no representations or warranties as to accuracy or any other aspect of the content.