For our first day of After School with Radio Club, we learned a bit about each other by sharing Three Things about ourselves.
After School Radio Club students at Pittsburgh King participated in a round table discussion about their neighborhoods--what they about them liked, what they didn't like, and what they would change.
Students at Pittsburgh King were given a variety of writing prompts ranging from: "What would you change if you were president?" to "What is an important issue in your life?" After writing, they then made these recordings. One student even recorded a brief preview of a TV script she had written in her spare time!
On our first day of Radio Club, students at Pittsburgh King were asked: "How would others describe you?"
In partnership with A+ Schools, WAMO 100 and Familylinks, Pittsburgh Public Schools hosted its annual back to school event. #WeArePPS: A Back to School event was designed to equip participating families with the resources necessary to achieve a healthy start to the 2015-2016 school year.
For their Graduation Legacy Project, the ECS Class of 2015, our second class of eighth graders, wrote and recorded these audio reflections so that each could leave a small part of themselves here.
It's been a fun year with Pittsburgh King in the North Side. In celebration of their hard work and the start of summer, we had a party and listened back to their great work.
Over the course of 5 weeks, 7th Graders at Pittsburgh Manchester PreK-8 have been working hard creating awesome audio recordings and, to celebrate all their hard work, the students got to throw an awesome party on their final day! Have a great Summer!
After a bit of a layoff due to state testing, our Radio Club at Pittsburgh King in the North Side reconvened at our studios. Students got to listen to some of their previous works, learn about the studio, and do some scratch recording.
Students at Pittsburgh Manchester wrote and recorded these pieces where they describe what they want to be when they grow up. These pieces are a result of their weekly sessions in which students will learn about the microphones, mixers and digital recorders used in producing features for radio.