Students at Westinghouse were introduced to the basics of audio production. After learning the ropes, they wrote and recorded these pieces about themselves, describing their likes, their dislikes and–for one student–how a white tiger would make an ideal pet!
Students at Pittsburgh Perry wrote and recorded this piece where they describe what qualities should be required to be the President of the United States. This piece is a result of weekly sessions in which students will learn about the microphones, digital recorders and techniques used to produce features for radio.
Students were introduced to the basics of interviewing as well as the H1, a handheld digital recorder. After forming groups of two, they took turns operating the equipment and asking insightful questions of their classmates.
Whether there’s a great park, tons of kids to play with, or annual community gatherings, every neighborhood has certain characteristics that make it unique. After school students at Propel Pitcairn talked about what makes their neighborhood special and things they would do to improve the places they call home.