Five videos created by teams of local students have been
selected as finalists in this year’s Innovative
Video in Education SDCCU Redeye Competition.
The finalists are students from Canyon
Crest Academy, Mission
Middle School, Olive
Peirce Middle School, Rancho
Bernardo High School, and San
Dieguito Academy. Click on the school names to watch the videos.
Seventeen teams of students from throughout San Diego County
competed in the 36-hour video competition, creating 30-second commercials for
San Diego County Credit Union (SDCCU). As part of the competition, students
were prompted to create commercials for the credit union, which sponsored the
A panel of judges will pick the winner from the five
The Redeye Competition is part of the bigger Innovative Video in
Education, or iVIE, competition put on by the San Diego County Office of
All five videos will be shown April 25 at the iVIE SDCCU Student
Film Festival and Awards at Ultrastar Mission Valley. The winner will be
announced at the awards.
Winning students will get $500 scholarships and their video
will air on television.
The iVIE program is a powerful way for teachers to
incorporate standards-based hands-on experiences into their lessons. The
competition provides a chance for students to take ownership of their learning
in a collaborative and rigorous environment.
The competition has drawn thousands of participating
students in kindergarten through 12th grade from throughout the county over the last 14 years.
Videos are judged by media professionals and educators.
Awards will be given in categories including math, science, language arts,
documentary, and public service announcement.