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Creative Contest: What's Wrong with this Picture?

 Glogster EDU has announced a partnership with DetentionSlip.org to offer a contest called "What's Wrong With This Picture?" in which students are invited to create Glogs to illustrate the biggest  issues they face at school, ranging from depression to bullying to overcrowded classrooms, budget cuts and saving the environment. 
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Glogster EDU, the education platform from Glogster.com that provides teachers and students with a multimedia way of expressing their mood, feelings and ideas, has announced a partnership with DetentionSlip.org to offer a contest called "What's Wrong With This Picture?" Students are invited to create Glogs to illustrate the biggest issues they face at school, ranging from depression and bullying to overcrowded classrooms, budget cuts and saving the environment.

Through June 2nd, teachers and students are invited to create a Glog, or digital poster, using video, music, graphics, images, sound effects and text to creatively illustrate their greatest concerns. The winner will be announced on June 19th and receive an electronic blackboard from Smart.To enter, visit http://www.glogster.com/edu/contest/detentionslip/?eduhp=1

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