Sunday, February 10, 2008

At Long Last....A Virtual Tour of CCE

Ever since the week we left to attend the conference in Hollywood, CA I have been trying to upload our Virtual Model School Tour video that we showed in our session. The problem was...the length of the video. At long last, and with the help of my twitter network and Liz B. Davis, I was able to upload to blip.tv. The quality is not as good as the real thing...but we hope you will enjoy this visit to our school and learning about the relationships, risks and results that make us who we are. Without further ado....

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Great job to all who had a little pixie dust to sprinkle on this project. It's an inspiring piece to me (and I go to work here everyday)! This will help others who strive toward this type of school environment to see how the magicians put it together!

Patti

Mrs.Mallon said...

What a beautiful presentation and "snapshot" into our work "at the Creek." This would be a great video to show new teachers during summer training and perhaps at Orientation or Round Up. Great job, Susan and Melanie. MM

Anonymous said...

Very well done and informative. Loved Lori as Tinkerbell!
CC

Sherrie Anderson said...

Great job Susan!! Once again I am so very proud to be a part of such a dynamic team!

Sherrie

T-Cubed said...

Great job all the way around. If too many "school shoppers" find this we'll have to have portables in the parking lot :-}

deb stevens said...

Loved it. I'm BLOWN AWAY by the risks my team members take on a daily basis.
Great Job.
Debbie Stevens

Dee Dee Tamburrino said...

The collective "creative genius" that abides under this one roof is completely mind-boggling to me -- and I work here!

Nicely done!

Anonymous said...

Wow Melanie- the twitter network can be so helpful, Evertime I see this video, I am more impressed. It is excellent!

Eric said...

Who knew that the hurdle of making the video would pale in comparison to that of actually getting it uploaded onto the web? I'm telling ya', technology is a harsh mistress...
Looking good, especially for a first movie, green screen and all!

Anonymous said...

I am so proud to work with such talented people. Susan, I'm afraid someone will now try to steal you away. This is a must see for newbies to Chets (paras, teachers, parents) and explains who we are and what we do very well! Loved it! -Karen Morris

Anonymous said...

SO exciting! Please, may we share this at this year's Tech Showcase??
Maxine Bergman