Kids Creating Videos with Vision

10/21/2011 1:18:16 PM

TEL•A•VISION, a new Web 2.0 platform that enables youth to create and share visions of hope and possibility through personal “vision videos,” and Youth Service America (YSA), leader in the youth service movement, announced their plans to expand their efforts to promote service-learning with vision videos.

The focus of the partnership is to expand the reach of service-learning in the schools through the newly developed curriculum that allows youth to create vision and impact videos by combining compelling words, images and music into a three-minute guided tour through their desired future.
 

For more information, visit www.telavision.tv and www.YSA.org

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