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1 Step-by Step to Creating Your Spark 101 Video Put your company logo here. Look at this presentation using the Notes Page view for additional information.

2 Use language that will be familiar to high school students; avoid using undefined industry or company-specific terms and be sure to explain acronyms that are used Ensure that your video is approximately 10 minutes long Consider using existing images and video clips for voice-over segments that would give students more insight into your company’s career opportunities Look at the CSI: Biopharmaceuticals – Fishbone at for a good example of a Spark 101 video Tips for getting started: Put your company logo here. © 2013 Spark 101

3 Put your company logo here. Duplicate and use this slide throughout your video presentation to share related photos, documents, diagrams, or other resources that the team used in finding the solution. © 2013 Spark 101

4 Presentation Title Company Name Put your company logo here.

5 Put your company logo here. Briefly introduces the presenter(s), including names and positions Sets up the problem in an engaging and dynamic way Prepare a short and motivating introduction that: © 2013 Spark 101

6 Problem/Motivation Segment I (2 to 5 minutes) Put your company logo here. © 2013 Spark 101

7 Put your company logo here. Identify the challenge solved by your team. State an authentic problem: Example: How can a team of scientists travel for 50 days from the South Pole to the coast of Antarctica using nothing but renewable energy as the power source? © 2013 Spark 101

8 Put your company logo here. List and explain the constraints to solving the problem. © 2013 Spark 101

9 Put your company logo here. Consider collaborating with your technical or human resources staff to write a caption or a question here. Examples: How can the needed hardware and software be acquired considering possible budget limitations? What college degrees would scientists need to work on this problem? © 2013 Spark 101

10 Put your company logo here. Summarize key points of Segment I here. © 2013 Spark 101

11 Put your company logo here. End Segment I (2 to 5 minutes) by asking the students: “Given what you have learned about the problem, how might you solve it?” © 2013 Spark 101

12 Put your company logo here. End of Segment I Video may be paused for classroom discussion. © 2013 Spark 101

13 Solving the Problem Segment II (2 to 5 minutes) Put your company logo here. © 2013 Spark 101

14 Put your company logo here. Include information about: Obstacles and roadblocks encountered What went well What you learned from it What you would do differently next time Show how you solved the problem: © 2013 Spark 101

15 Put your company logo here. Make sure that the solution refers back to the constraints/considerations mentioned in Segment I. Show how you solved the problem: © 2013 Spark 101

16 Put your company logo here. Make references to the STEM-Related National Courses found at to make direct connections to course content with the information you are sharing. Show how you solved the problem: © 2013 Spark 101

17 Put your company logo here. Consider collaborating with your technical or human resources staff to write a caption or a question here. Examples: After viewing the first two segments of the video, does the solution to the problem make sense to you? What would you change? What have you learned in your [subject} class that will help you create a solution to the problem? © 2013 Spark 101

18 Put your company logo here. Summarize key points of Segment II here. © 2013 Spark 101

19 Put your company logo here. End Segment II (2 to 5 minutes) by asking the students: “Now that you’ve learned how we solved this problem, how does our solution compare with your solution?” AND/OR “How could what you learned in this segment help you to solve related problems or innovate something new?” © 2013 Spark 101

20 Put your company logo here. End of Segment II Video may be paused for classroom discussion. © 2013 Spark 101

21 Future Impact/Meaning Segment III (2 to 3 minutes) Put your company logo here. © 2013 Spark 101

22 Put your company logo here. Share your passion for the profession, why you entered it, and how it fulfills you. Inspire and spark interest! Identify the overall meaning of your presentation: © 2013 Spark 101

23 Put your company logo here.. Ask questions to extend students’ thinking about their college and career plans. Identify the overall meaning of your presentation: Examples: In what subjects do you excel? Where is your passion? What would you like to do that wouldn’t feel like “work?” © 2013 Spark 101

24 Put your company logo here. Highlight relevant high school courses to take Suggest possible college majors and courses to take Identify opportunities to pursue Discuss requirements for working in your field: © 2013 Spark 101

25 Put your company logo here. Conclude with an inspiring, motivating statement: Example: “The skills and experiences it takes to solve problems like this are similar to those that scientists are using to build probes that can explore different planets. Wouldn’t you like to be a part of discovering the next “Earth-like world?” © 2013 Spark 101

26 Put your company logo here. Consider collaborating with your technical or human resources staff to write a caption or a question here. © 2013 Spark 101

27 Put your company logo here. Summarize key points of Segment III here. © 2013 Spark 101

28 Put your company logo here. End Segment III (2 to 3 minutes) by asking the students: What’s ONE thing that you will do differently after viewing this video? What’s ONE project that you can do related to this topic to help at home or in your community? Example: developing a rain garden © 2013 Spark 101

29 Put your company logo here. End of Segment III © 2013 Spark 101

30 Put your company logo here. You are almost finished! A few more pieces of information are needed from you. © 2013 Spark 101

31 Put your company logo here. Please provide the following: A short biography for each video presenter that includes information about current position and education A short, three-sentence description/summary of your video A 90 x 90 pixel photo of each speaker A 90 x 90 pixel of your company/organization’s logo © 2013 Spark 101

32 Put your company logo here. Include as appropriate: Resources to clarify or add to the content of your video such as: A glossary or vocabulary sheet to define terms and acronyms used in the video Student worksheets Diagrams Graphs and related data Websites © 2013 Spark 101

33 Put your company logo here. Thank you for creating a Spark 101 video! © 2013 Spark 101


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