The Sacramento Educational Cable Consortium (SECC) is celebrating 30 years of service as it reaches Sacramento’s lifelong learners in homes and schools through a variety of transmission methods such as cable, Internet, fiber, microwave and ITFS (Instructional Television Fixed Service) — giving viewers the opportunity to learn in the way most convenient for them. Cable programs reach across the borders of classroom walls — classic arts, electronic fieldtrips to places that might otherwise be inaccessible, science and technology programs, international news and NASA space trips.
At-home viewers can enroll in cable credit courses and, in cooperation with member districts, SECC produces professional development programs and offers them on cable and in the Video Gallery.
Students K-20 share their visions through the SEVA contest (Student Educational Video Awards), now in its 25th year. With categories including PSA, School News, Instructional and Documentary, students can incorporate video production into the curriculum and merge basic writing and literacy skills with more complex challenges such as analyzing media content, managing resources and working with deadlines. The contest celebrates the talents of student video producers and honors the winners and participants at SECC’s annual SEVA Award Night, a spirited evening event that draws more than 1000 students, teachers and parents.
SECC's SEVA Training Series to provide resources, techniques and inspiration to teachers and students interested in video production. The evening sessions are videotaped and shown on the cable channels and in the Video Gallery. These events help participants join interactive conversations, network with other teachers using media and find new resources to incorporate into classroom video production.
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