Here at Alice Buffett Manget Middle School we produce a daily news show called BBTV.
Eight students from the B-TV program at Lora L. Batchelor Middle School in Bloomington, Indiana had the opportunity of a lifetime to travel toPoland in January to witness the 65th anniversary of the Liberation of theAuschwitz prison camp.
RaiderTV is Cleveland Middle School’s daily news show that features campus updates, weather, sports, and student features.
Students these days travel back in time when they go to school.
“Video is where ‘it’s at’ with students today. It is their world: they are the YouTube generation.”
This Communication Arts middle school program continues the basics through the communication skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.
Lissa, tell us about how the Langston Hughes school got into broadcast.
When SVN was at the Ohio Educational Technology Conference, we had the opportunity to run into one of our long-time subscribers, Jim Meta.
At River Trail School, we pride ourselves with integrating new, fun, and interesting content to the students; and that is exactly what Channel 56 is about.
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.