Challenge to Create a Podcast Telling Compelling Stories
Students are encouraged to put on their headphones and get ready to hit record in NPR’sStudent Podcast Challenge. Students from around the country are invited to create a podcast—on any subject—and compete for a chance to have their work featured on NPR. Students from fifth grade through college are eligible to participate. Submissions must be supported by a teacher.
If students want to learn how to make a good podcast, NPR provides a podcast just for that purpose: the folks behind the Student Podcast Challenge talk about how to gather good sound, ask great questions, and conduct smart interviews. Plus, students will hear from the contest’s judges and last year’s winners, who relate their inspiring stories.
Deadlines: NPR will begin collecting submissions on January 1, 2022; all submissions are due by March 21, 2022.
The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco hosts the best of Asian art for use in the classroom or at home. The museum’s educational website offers 91 lessons andactivities, 326 videos, images of 257 pieces of art, and many more resources for educators and students.
How can educators help students navigate the treacherous terrain of misinformation that runs rampant online? The Stanford History Education Group’s Civic Online Reasoning (COR) curriculumfeatures 67 freelessons and assessments that teach students the methods fact-checkers use to sort fact from fiction by evaluating the trustworthiness of online sources.
Students with Solutions is a project of PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Through the project, students view an online video and respond to the content in their own creative way through art, writing, graphics, or videos for the chance to win prizes for their school.