Reconnect with students when we return to school and create a space for them to share insights, reflections and ideas with voice-only audio stories, journals or commentary. Relatively easy to produce, this type of podcast centers student voice and strengthens writing and storytelling skills. In this two-part workshop, hosted by KQED and The National Writing Project, you’ll:
1. Create your own audio perspective from script to recording.
2. Hear from educators who have used audio storytelling to promote deeper learning and find tools to make audio production possible in a range of learning environments
3. Explore publishing opportunities through KQED’s Perspectives Youth Media Challenge that can connect students to an audience beyond the classroom.
Part 1: June 29, 1-3pm PT
Part 2: July 1, 1-3pm PT
Get a head start and browse through the Perspectives youth media challenge: https://learn.kqed.org/challenges/teachers/perspectives
Rachel Bear, National Writing Project
Rachel Roberson, KQED