KSTL Categories

Interactive Media

Student(s) will demonstrate an interactive media presentation which he/she has created that utilizes more than one form of media.

2016 - No Specific Topic Required

This may be, but not limited to:

  • PowerPoint
  • Keynote
  • Flash
  • Prezi
  • Photography
  • Video Editing
  • Animation
  • Coding
  • App Design‚Äč

The time for student(s) to present the project is limited to 7 minutes.

Maximum Number of Entries: 24 in Middle School; 24 in High School.

View the Interactive Media Rubric

 

Graphic Design


Student(s) will produce a computer generated graphical design theme that highlights an organization, group, or team within their school. 

Students must utilize their design skills to create the following items:

  • Banner – 3ft tall x 5ft wide
  • T-Shirt (Front) – 14in tall x 12.5in wide
  • Flyer/Poster – 8.5in wide x 11in tall
  • Raffle Ticket (Any type of raffle) - 3.5in wide x 2 in tall

Items do not have to be printed - only digital files are required to show during presentation.


The time for student(s) to present the project is limited to 7 minutes.

Maximum Number of Entries: 24 in Middle School; 24 in High School.

View the Graphic Design Rubric

 

Video Production - News Story

Student(s) will present an original video production that either

  • shares a story or current event within their school, community, or global connections
    OR
  • shares a documentary of DIY production of learning

Videos can be, but are not limited to:

  • News Broadcast
  • Feature Story
  • Interviews


Students may present the video in any format, as long as the media is playable from student provided laptop - no VHS or DVD player will be available.

Video Presentations are limited to 5 minutes for the video with a 2 minute introduction.
Total presentation time is limited to 7 minutes.

Maximum Number of Entries: 24 in Middle School; 24 in High School.

View the Video Production - News Story Rubric

 

Video Production - Informative/Public Service Announcement

A Public Service Announcement, or PSA, is a non-commercial ad with a goal to change people’s attitudes about a particular social issue.

Student(s) will present an original video production that informs the audience on...

Topic for 2017: Digital Legacy

Students should create a video that focuses on leaving a digital legacy at home, in school, locally, or globally.

Videos can be informative about what legacies they are laving in the home, school, community, or world and/or persuasive on ways for individuals to be accountable for self responsibility of leaving a digital legacy.

Students may present the video in any format, as long as the media is playable from student provided laptop - no VHS or DVD player will be available.

Video PSAs are limited to 3 minutes for the video with a 2 minute introduction.

Maximum Number of Entries: 24 in Middle School; 24 in High School.

View the Video Production - PSA Rubric

 

Website Design

Students will compete and present an original website in an open category for school web pages, teacher web pages, community web pages, etc.

Web pages MUST BE student created and managed. You may not present someone else's work.

Presentation is limited to 7 minutes.

Maximum Number of Entries: 24 in Middle School; 24 in High School.

View the Website Design Rubric