B-TV began as a club in the fall of 1995. School officials were looking for another option in technology for students as computer skills were being integrated into all classes.
DeLaura Middle School has, for the first time, incorporated a television broadcasting elective course open to a class of 23 students.
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Traverse City East Middle School is located in Northern Michigan, near the beautiful Grand Traverse Bay.
While listening to our local radio station a few weeks ago, we heard about a school next town over that was doing their "Academy Awards".
Islip Schools, a small school district located on Long Island in New York, prides itself on being nimble.
Take a talented person with 14 years of background in TV production, add in a large dash of enthusiasm, blend in 30 or so dedicated 7th and 8th graders and what do you have?
Kid Flix is an extra-curricular, video production activity at Placerita Junior High School.
The BEAT Video Program is a nationally-recognized, award-winning group of thirty-five student "backpack journalists" (grades 6-12), who produce 200-250 print/web/video stories annually about their schools, community and county.
I was originally trained as a “shop” teacher which evolved to Industrial Arts and presently is referred to as “Technology Education” (better known as; Tech. Ed.). During my 14 year tenure at South Burlington I sold all our heavy duty shop tools and machines in favor of a contemporary Tech. Ed. Program.
Little did I know that when I attended the 1995 MACUL Conference in Detroit and sat in on the News Broadcasting session that it would change my job description forever.