Science fair video resource created by young animator

When International Baccalaureate program student, Kevin Temmer,  found out that he would have to complete a Creativity Action Service requirement to graduate from Land O’ Lakes High School, he came up with a great idea.  He decided to pay tribute to one of his favorite teachers through using his talents in computer animation by creating a video called Prepare for the Science Fair.


This video shows students the step-by-step process of taking on a science fair project in a fun and engaging way.  Kevin’s animation has been featured on several sites including NASA, the National Science Foundation Knowledge Network, DragonflyTV, and others. We think this is an incredible example of students using 21st Century Skills to give back to the education community. We think this type of project would be an excellent component to any visual arts program. Way to go, Kevin!

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