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Here are the 2017 KiDtalk and TeacherTalk Winners!

The Cobb County School District is excited to announce the 2017 KiDtalk winners. The KiDtalk contest was designed to give students the forum to share their groundbreaking ideas. New for this year we encouraged teachers to share their ideas as well with the addition of TeacherTalks. This year’s KiDtalks & TeacherTalks shared how they are committed to impacting their world, community and/or school by…”

The KiDtalk and TeacherTalk contests support knowledge, innovation and deeper learning. These are three essential components of teaching and learning for Cobb students, according to Director of Instruction and Innovation, Melissa Morse. “This is a perfect combination of engaging student learning, using relevant social and video platforms to keep the connection real for students and letting student voice inspire. Our students and teachers love the challenge of high-level learning and the KiDtalk contest is the perfect forum for students of any age to make their thinking relevant and their insight be heard.”

The KiDtalk & TeacherTalk contest was open to all students in the district. We had over 140 KiDtalk submissions from students in kindergarten to 12th grade and teachers from across the district! Links to the videos of the finalists were posted online over the past month. Online voting along with other factors were used to determine the winners. The 2017 KiDtalk & TeacherTalk winners are:

 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL WINNER


Mayrin Hernandez

3rd Grade

Fair Oaks ES

“Changing the World One Leader at a Time”

MIDDLE SCHOOL WINNER


Zoi Ladipo

7th Grade

Floyd MS

“Homeless Hearts”

HIGH SCHOOL WINNER


Logan Mosser

9th Grade

Hillgrove HS

“Holiday Cards for Soldiers”

 

TEACHER WINNER


Paula Krupiczewicz

Teacher

North Cobb HS

“United Sound”

 

 

 

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