Competition 2016-2017

About the Competition

In the 2016/2017 school year, we announced the CJN video competition for the second time. Students from Jewish schools in Europe, US and Israel could compete with their short films in 4 categories: Virtual Jewish Cookbook, Family History, Virtual Walking Tour and My Community.

We are very proud to announce that this year we received over 80 videos (which is the double of what we received last year) from 12 countries and 15 schools.  All videos can be found on our Border Jumping page under ‘Centropa Jewish Network’ and ‘video competition 2016/17′ filter.

Here are the results:

Virtual Jewish Cookbook Category

Runner Ups

Winner

 

Family History Category

Special Prize

Runner Ups

Winner

 

Virtual Walking Tour Category

Runner Ups

Winner

 

My Community Category

Special prize

Runner Ups

Winner

 

We would like to specially thank the work of our most active teachers,  who motivated their students and submitted more than 5 videos:

  • Sofija Pavinskaite (Vilnius Sholom Aleichem ORT Gymnasium)
  • Irit Hengel (Ahad Ha’am high school, Peh Tikva, Israel)
  • Hanna Kenner (Ahad Ha’am high school, petah Tikva, Israel)
  • Diana Gheracimiuc (Lauder-Reut Educational Complex, Bucharest, Romania)
  • Ivalio Ivanov (Dimcho Debelyanov- Hebrew and English Langugage School, Sofia, Bulgaria)
  • Nance Adler (Jewish Day School, Bellevue, USA)
  • Sami Levi (Ulus Jewish Schools, Istanbul, Turkey)
  • Engin Arik (Ulus Jewish Schools, Istanbul, Turkey)

 

We also owe a special thanks to our wonderful coordinators: Dorothea Fecske (Frankfurt, Germany), Nance Adler (Bellevue, USA), Diana Gherasimiuc (Bucharest, Romania) and Stella Kalle (Thessaloniki, Greece) for coordinating the competition, be in contact with teachers and evaluating the videos.

We are very proud of this Centropa competition and all the teachers and students who participated in it. Watch the videos, learn from them, enjoy them – and hope to see you next year!

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Number of Student Projects

Number of Students

Number of Countries

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