Teacher’s Empower Your Student’s To Make Their Voices Heard in the Election 2020

KQED Youth Media Challenge Let's Talk About Election 2020

Empower Student’s to make their voices heard thru KQED’s Making Audio & Video Commentaries to Amplify Youth Voice Virtual Sessions in April 2020. This workshop is open to middle and high school educators.

The National Writing Project/PBS News Hour Student Report Labs/KQED partner together through “Youth Media Challenge: Let’s Talk About Election 2020”.

Youth Media Challenge: Let’s Talk About Election 2020 Highlights

Help Students Analyze Important Issues
Create Media to share Students Views
Connect with Peers across the Nation

Youth Media Challenge: Let’s Talk About Election 2020 Part 1

Workshop for secondary educators of all subjects

Explore into what makes a strong civic commentary and equip you to write a compelling audio or video script.

Youth Media Challenge: Let’s Talk About Election 2020 Part 2

Hands On Time.

Each participant will create his/her own short audio or video commentary.

You’ll leave with a full slate of free resources for each step of the Election 2020 challenge and your own example commentary to share with students.

You’ll also be connected to KQED’s education experts for follow-up questions after our time together.

Join KQED for a workshop dedicated to amplifying the voices of young people as they tackle issues of importance to themselves and the future of our nation.

Register Online at Museum of Tolerance Facebook Page

Part 1: April 23 2020 2:00pm-4:00pm

Part 2: April 24 2020 2:00pm-4:00pm

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