WHYY’s Education Department wants to feature the great work and voices of teachers in the tri-state area. During the COVID-19 shutdown, our team of media educators want to help you bring the classroom to your students’ home.
We are looking for short lessons where teachers cover topics they would have been teaching in school. Do you have a skill or activity you’d like to share with students? Want to create a short segment to post on our social media or television platforms?
The ideas are endless, but keep in mind all content must be educational and geared towards a K-12 audience.
Before you start filming your ideas please complete our proposal sheet and contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
While you’re waiting to hear back, take a look at a short video our very own Steven Dixon, Senior Media Instructor and Producer, put together for you from his home!
Be sure to also check out our educational programming aligned to state and national standards on Y2 each week from 9 am to 3 pm.
Need some inspiration? Check out some teacher work we will be featuring on of our three platforms.
Krauss House of Art: Robert Krauss, Horatio B. Hackett Elementary
Static Electricity Challenge: Kelsey Seale, Penn Treaty School
Peppered Moth Stop Motion: Stephanie Keanrey, Penn Alexander School
Or send us a motivational message like this one from Ms. Newman, an Autistic Support Teacher at Grover Washington Middle School, and leave the editing to us! Just send us a file via Email, Google Drive, or wetransfer.com with email@example.com