I happened on a Google site that allows you to create a video of a Google search complete with options for music. The site gave search examples, like those on famous people, places, travel, etc. There are also options for which music you’d like to play along with the search, like drama, comedy, family, etc. I thought it would be an interesting idea to see if I would be able to use this medium to create a story about the lack of research on teens in a Jewish supplementary high school setting. I had a hunch, but no idea whether this would be a ‘story’. Well, it is. Turns out that the number of searches for Jewish teens in a supplementary high school is something about 355 (when this was posted), so naturally I selected ‘Horror’ for the music theme. See if you can catch this search story (it moves quickly) on the dearth of information on this underserved population.
February 20, 2011
Jewish Teens: Underserved
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