Youth Radio

Connecting Youth Voices to the World

About this Project

We are hoping to transform this site into a space where young writers and voices can connect with news stories about their communities, their schools and their interests via audiocasting (and podcasting). Our sites will include Norris Elementary School in Southampton, Massachusetts; Butler Elementary School in Sacramento, California; and the Odyssey School in Denver, Colorado; and we hope to have other partners along the way.

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7 Responses to “About this Project”

  1. Natalie Bernasconi said

    The work you are doing here is fabulous.
    I hope to involve my own students in this powerful forum.

  2. asmpodgroup said

    Hello!
    I am a tech integrator at the American School of Madrid.
    I am interested in joining this group. I have gr 2-4 students in an after-school group who are currently podcasting. I also have elementary and grade 6 classrooms interested.

    Please contact me if you think you can fit us in!

    Happy Holidays,
    Nancy

  3. I have also developed many podcasts. I am the music teacher at Sunset Ridge School in Northfield, Ilinois. My students create compositions and comment. I recently started http://www.pod29.com, for district-wide podcasts. I am interested in connecting with other schools that are starting out a district-wide project like this. We are a K-8 district of 525 students.

  4. Julie said

    Hey,
    I am interested in having my 4th graders begin reaching a larger audience with their podcasts. How can I join this group?
    Have a grand New Year!
    Julie

  5. Bill said

    Hello,

    I think your site is wonderful. I teach 7th grade langauge arts at a rural school in PA. My students and I would love to join your site. How can we join?

    Bill

  6. Kathryn said

    How do I get my classes involved in this website? Can they submit?

  7. Frank Adsit said

    Hi,

    I’ve passed this link on to our Lower School tech integrators for their review and possible involvement.

    Do you have middle school (grades 6-8) and upper school (9-12) schools involved in the project, or can you recommend a similar project for those levels? I’d like to get those grades involved as well.

    thanks.

    Frank

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