Academic journal article International Journal of Instructional Media

Students' Take: After School Programming for Young People

Academic journal article International Journal of Instructional Media

Students' Take: After School Programming for Young People

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INTRODUCTION

Thirteen/WNET offers a broad array of educational programming designed for young people and provides it in stimulating multimedia formats. With so many website options for young people to consider, Thirteen/WNET provides a safe and educationally rewarding atmosphere for students to increase their knowledge and skills online. One interesting area of Thirteen/WNET's website (.www.thirteen.org) is Students' Take, designed especially for children in after school programs.

STUDENTS' TAKE

Students' Take offers students in after school programs the opportunity to publish original Web pieces covering a range of topics of special interest to them. Originally appearing as part of Thirteen/WNET's Ed Online, Students' Take now is fully integrated with the Afterschool Exchange.

Working directly with staff at Thirteen/WNET, Students' Take participants learn about the world of online publishing. Their projects may include interviews, video clips, interactive elements, graphics and more. Students must conduct themselves professionally, work collaboratively, meet deadlines and produce work at a high standard suitable for production.

Recent Students' Take projects have included:

* "Learning More through Financial Literacy"

* "Monitoring Scientific Progress"

* "New Frontiers in Science and Space Technology"

* "Cyberchase Review. …

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