You may have read in our recent blog post that iSucceed Virtual High School is now offering self-authored award-winning curriculum.
We are proud to announce we may soon be adding some more awards to the list! “Motion: Isaac Newton’s First Law” (also known as “Motion”) is an instructional video used in our physical science course, and has been nominated for seven Rocky Mountain Emmy® Awards! Check out the video below.
About the Video
If you watched the video, you probably noticed that “Motion” incorporates a compelling story format and advanced 3-D animation. But that’s not all that’s great about it! From the script to the music, this video’s top-notch quality was recognized in many different areas. The categories for the seven nominations include: Instructional, Musical Composition, Director Animation, Art Direction and Writer.
About iSucceed’s Curriculum
While we are excited to see the video “Motion” receive seven nominations, the quality within this video is not unique to our curriculum. It is our goal in all of our curriculum videos to bring to life key concepts in order to promote a deeper learning and retention. Behind each lesson developed is a collaborative team of highly skilled education, subject matter and creative experts who are passionate about providing students with content that engages and expands the mind.
All of iSucceed’s curriculum is research-based, accredited and includes an array of interactive and multimedia elements. In addition to the seven Emmy Award nominations, our curriculum has received a SIIA CODiE award, five Telly Awards and a Serious Play award.
About the Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards
The Rocky Mountain Southwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences is dedicated to excellence in television by honoring exceptional work through the prestigious Emmy ® Award.
The 39th Annual Rocky Mountain Emmy Awards ceremony will be held on October 8 at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Arizona. We can’t wait to see our video presented and hope to see it receive an Emmy Award (or seven)!
For more information on iSucceed’s award-winning curriculum, head to this blog post, and stay tuned as we publish more articles.
- What do you think about the video, “Motion?” Share with us in the comments below!