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Starting the Day the Multimedia Way: A Student Run Broadcast Center. Stacy Maier, MA Michelle Green, Med mgreen@manassas.k12.va.us. Television closed circuit broadcast within your school Similar to a morning news show Most aspects student operated.

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Starting the Day the Multimedia Way: A Student Run Broadcast Center

Stacy Maier, MA Michelle Green, Med

mgreen@manassas.k12.va.us

what are the benefits of a broadcast center
Replaces intercom announcements

Shifts announcement focus to the students

Students are empowered

Student interest level increases

What are the benefits of a broadcast center?
instructional value
Students develop speaking skills

Instructional material presented in a new way

Broadcast Center can be utilized for other instructional and school activities

Instructional Value
teacher voice
Teacher Voice
  • Instills responsibility
  • Builds confidence
  • Promotes creativity & leadership
  • Students are more attentive during school announcements
student voice
“Students need some power in this school”

“So other kids can understand it”

“Little kids wouldn’t be able to understand the adults”

“Kids barely get to do much”

“Because students know what is going on in this weird life”

“It is appealing to watch other kids”

“So they can make up their own way and have fun”

“To make school a little more fun”

“So they could learn to not be shy”

“It helps with reading and learn responsibility”

Student Voice

Why do you think it is important for students to be in charge of the broadcast center?

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Where to begin?

  • Form a committee
  • Brainstorm ideas
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Funding your project

  • Writing our grant
  • Searching for funds
    • Your school technology department
supplies equipment
Basic needs:

Cable network in school

Modulator processor

1 TV

1 VCR

1 Camera with tripod

Cables

Microphone

Computer

VGA - TV box

Switcher box

Supplies & Equipment
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Equipment Bid List

http://www.fcps.k12.va.us/dit/TeacherOutreach/bid_indx.htm

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Setting up your Broadcast Center

  • Room
    • cable drop
    • outlets
    • space
  • Backdrops
  • Lighting
  • Furniture
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Observation

& Training

  • Visit local school based broadcast center
  • Utilize local resources
    • local cable company
    • schools within your district
    • area school districts
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Organizing the Broadcast Center

  • Manpower
    • Student teams
    • Staff teams
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Informing the School

  • Talk to students
  • Distribute applications
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Selection Process

  • Application
    • Sample application
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Selection Process

  • Application
    • Sample application
  • Teacher recommendation
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Selection Process

  • Application
    • Sample application
  • Teacher recommendation
  • Auditions
    • scheduling
    • taping
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Selection Process

  • Final selections
    • Rubric
    • Scoring
  • Application
    • Sample application
  • Teacher recommendation
  • Auditions
    • scheduling
    • taping
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Selection Process

  • Final selections
    • Rubric
    • Scoring
    • Assigning teams
      • Broadcast
      • Correspondence
  • Application
    • Sample application
  • Teacher recommendation
  • Auditions
    • scheduling
    • taping
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Sponsor Teams

  • 2 Head Sponsors
    • 5 Days a week
    • On Call Every Morning
    • Observation of student & faculty teams
    • Proofread & Finalize Scripts
    • Troubleshoot
  • 8 Volunteer Sponsors
    • 1 Time a week/15 Minutes
    • Observation of student teams
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Student Teams

  • 2 anchors
  • 1 Camera person
  • 1 Director
  • 1 Sound person
  • 1 Video person
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First Time Live

October 1 time a week

November 3 times a week

December 5 times a week

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Special Assignments

  • Script Writer
  • Weatherman
  • SCA Reporter
  • Sports Correspondents
  • Fitness Correspondent
  • Feature Correspondents
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Student Survey

  • What they liked:
  • Weather
  • Upcoming news
  • AR names announced
  • Basketball/Sports scores
  • Seeing their friends on TV
  • Brainteasers
  • Birthday names
  • Special announcements
  • Newsflashes
  • Funny dialog
  • Makes them have a good day
  • They feel grown up
  • Correspondence feature stories
  • Lunch menu
  • Pledge of allegiance
  • Seeing kids work everything
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George C. Round's

Broadcast Center

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Team #1

Team #2

Ashley Balis

Lauren Harlow

Patricia Reed

Whitney Sonnessa

Allie Bacon

Katie Fulwiler

Joseph Turner

Melissa Brown

Katie Howard

Jesselle Barkley

Jessica Rocha

Samantha Sealock

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Team #3

Team #4

Alicia Carlson

Aubrey Evans

Janice Son

Kristin Eyclsheimer

Bailey Clark

EK Smock

Prad Nadakaduty

Allison Coates

Kelly Quinn

Brittany Vogel

Anna Feucht

Devan Swan

correspondence team

Correspondence Team

Stacey Meadows

Clinton Golden

Jason Dearth

Alysa Smith

Nathan Eldredge

special assignment

Special Assignment:

Weather man - Joseph Turner

SCA Reporter - Dan Zabransky

Script Writer - Prad Nadakaduty

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Mrs. Maier

Mrs. Harris

Mrs. Crivella

Mrs. Foley

Ms. Kurtzman

Ms. Hertag

Ms. Kerzaya

Mrs. Banyi

Mrs. Lane

Mrs. Caracciolo

Executive Producers

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Starting the Day the Multimedia Way: A Student Run Broadcast Center

Stacy Maier, MA Michelle Green, Med

mgreen@manassas.k12.va.us