Media Festival

Georgia Student Media Festival

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On Friday, we traveled to Jonesboro to help judge almost 1000 student projects that qualified for the Georgia Media Festival this year. To get to the state level competition, projects must score 96 or better at both a school-level and district-level competition.

Congratulations to the following BI students who earned qualifying scores this weekend at state. Their projects will now advance to the International Student Media Festival to be held later in the summer.

Michelle Shaughnessy (Prezi on Andrew Jackson)

Georgi-Ann Johnson (Prezi on Theodore Roosevelt)

Amber Akridge (Website on Eating Disorders)

Victoria Smith (Website on Cancer)
Shanta Bacon
Tameerah Thomas

The following projects earned a perfect score at state:

Keinan Johnson (Website on Social Media and Teens)

Genesis Maldanado-Matos (Website on Teen Depression)
Tiana Johnson
Kaysa Hawkins

We could not do this without media specialist/teacher collaboration on classroom projects throughout the year. A special thank you to Mrs. Reese, Mrs. Eastlake, Coach Miller, and Mr. Richards for encouraging them to participate this year.

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Student Media Festival

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We are proud of the following students who have projects advancing to the Georgia State Media Festival in May. They have earned qualifying scores at both the school and county media festivals. Please join us in congratulating them!

  • Keinan J. (2 projects)-Keinan for Congress (Wood) and Teens: The Way We Talk (Eastlake)
  • Amber A.-Not Good Enough (Eastlake)
  • Georgi-Ann J.– Theodore Roosevelt (Richards)
  • Michelle S.-Andrew Jackson (Richards)
  • Achley C.-Life: A Poem (McCallar/Lukkarinen)
  • Curtis M., Michael B., Courtney L., DeAndrea G.-Schizophrenia (Cara Reese)
  • Keonte B.-Sports Live with Keonte B (Cara Reese)
  • Jordan A. and Zahnay S.-Bullying (Coach Miller)
  • Tameerah T., Shanta B., Victoria S.-Do You Fear Cancer? (Coach Miller)
  • Tiana J., Genesis M., Kaysa H.-Stay Strong (Coach Miller)
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Congratulations, ISMF Winners!

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Congratulations to Bradwell’s 2013 International Media Festival winners! Each year BI holds a media festival, and projects that score a 96 or better advance to the next level of competition. We had 20 projects submitted last year, with 15 moving on to the Liberty County festival, 14 that advanced to Georgia’s state festival, and 7 that went to the international competition. Here are the 5 international level winners:

Social Media for Young Adults by Raveenn Smith
How a Bill Becomes a Law by Felix Linzan
The History of Graffiti by Mychal Outlaw
Ireland by Joshua Bowen
The Unforgettable Love by Jun Wei Ren

We are also pleased to share that Jun Wei Ren’s project was named a Top Honors project, making it a best of festival winner.

Learn more about the ISMA here:
http://www.ismassn.net/

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Georgia Student Media Festival

Mrs. Lukkarinen and I spent Thursday afternoon and all day Friday in Atlanta for the Georgia Student Media Festival. The following projects from BI received superior scores of 96 or better and will advance to the International Student Media Festival this summer. We are extremely proud of all participants this year!

How a Bill Becomes a Law by Felix L.

Social Media for Young Adults by Raveenn S.

Ireland by Joshua B.

The Unforgettable Love by Jun Wei R.

The History of Graffiti by Mychal O.

Fun with Fractions by Achley C., Tiffany W., and Monique H.

Training 101: HRRB Edition by Jordan Graham

Two of these projects scored a perfect 100 and will be featured as exemplars for the Georgia Student Media Festival. Congrats to Jun Wei and Joshua!

These nine students will be recognized on Wednesday, May 15th at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center for their superior entries. Please come out and support these students.

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Liberty County Media Festival

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Congratulations to the students who participated in the county media festival! On Friday, we spent the day at the board office judging some of the 346 projects submitted to this year’s festival. Of the 15 projects that scored superior at our school festival, 14 of those projects also scored superiors at the county festival and will now progress to the Georgia State Media Festival to be held May 3, 2013.

Below are the names and projects that will be representing our school in Atlanta. Please congratulate these students when you see them!

Bradwell Institute Bell How a Bill Becomes a Law Felix L.
Bradwell Institute McCallar/Lukkarinen Social Media for Young Adults Raveenn S.
Bradwell Institute Grant Fun with Fractions Tiffany W., Achley C., Monique H.
Bradwell Institute Barrientos Ireland Joshua B.
Bradwell Institute K. Shutts An Interview with Kevin Harte Tyquise B.
Bradwell Institute McCallar/Lukkarinen Banned Books Week: My Right to Read Rakeem W., Felix L., Raveenn S., Austin S.
Bradwell Institute Griffin Bradwell Declassified: A Guide to Survive Gretchen M.
Bradwell Institute K. Shutts The History of Graffiti Mychal O.
Bradwell Institute Griffin The Unforgettable Love Jun Wei R.
Bradwell Institute McCallar/Lukkarinen Training 101: HRRB Edition Jordan G.
Bradwell Institute Barrientos Costa Rica Hezekiah M.
Bradwell Institute Martin Members of a Team: Bradwell Institute Soccer Austin S., Will D., Robert M.
Bradwell Institute Granger The Water Quest Keinan J., Alyssa K., Dwayne W., Marixenia J.
Bradwell Institute Griffin What is a Friend? Sunday F.
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Media Festival 2013

Congratulations to the 15 student projects that will be advancing to the Liberty County Media Festival on March 22nd. These projects earned scores of 96 or better and will represent Bradwell at the next level of competition. We are very proud of the hard work our students put into Media Festival this year.

The History of Graffiti by Mychal O.

An Interview with Kevin Harte by Tyquise B.

Aerodynamic News: A Century Revealed Broadcast by Harley M., Hunter M., Kimberly J., Stephon S.

Members of a Team: Bradwell Institute Soccer by Austin S., Will D., Robert M.

What is a Friend? by Sunday F.

Training 101: HRRB Edition byJordan G.

Ireland by Joshua B.

The Unforgettable Love by Jun Wei R.

The Water Quest by Keinan J., Alyssa K., Dwayne W., Marixenia J.

Bradwell Declassified: A Guide to Survive by Gretchen M.

Fun with Fractions by Tiffany W., Achley C., Monique H.

Costa Rica by Hezekiah M.

How a Bill Becomes a Law by Felix L.

Social Media for Young Adults by Raveenn S.

Banned Books Week: My Right to Read by Rakeem W., Felix L., Raveenn S., Austin S.

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