Although this video is not a student project, it is the type of project I can imagine resulting from students in a program using Renzulli’s Enrichment Triad or the Schoolwide Enrichment Triad. The focus on student interest and choice in the third part of the model, engaging in real-world projects resulting from general exploration and process thinking, suggests that there would end up being a wide variety of products. This video is pretty sophisticated. The changing perspectives as the camera moves need a lot of editing to make it come out smooth. It takes some pretty robust software to keep the stars from blurring over the time it takes to get a proper image of them, and these people certainly made the effort to access a lot of different places. If students started out exploring a concept like conservation, the national parks, or nature photography, they might follow it up with process thinking of how they might want to impart their thoughts on the topic, and how that could be accomplished. Finally, they would have the long-term project of creating a film like this.