They Teach That
By Kevin Patterson
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Discussions on Broadcast and Film Production classes within our schools
||CleanJason Santo - Adviser - Geneva High School||Jason Santo is the 2018 STN National Broadcast Adviser of the Year from Geneva High in Geneva, IL. His program has won numerous national awards and you can check out their work at http://www.gtv304.com/. In this episode we discuss, amongst many things,||8/14/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDon Goble - Adviser - Ladue High School||Don Goble is an award-winning multimedia instructor, international speaker, and published author from Missouri. You can check out more about him at https://www.dongoble.com/. In this episode we discuss, amongst many things, his approach to a problem m||6/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOmar Delgado - Adviser - Christopher Columbus High School||Omar Delgado has built a powerhouse broadcast journalism program at Christopher Columbus High School but it's only through hard work that they've achieved the level of success that they have. In this episode, we discuss, amongst many things, his class||6/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanJennifer Overdevest - Adviser - West Ranch High School||Jennfier Overdevest has encouraged her kids to truly take ownership in their work and they've thrived on a national stage. In this episode, we discuss, amongst many things, her reflection on her tenure in film and television, the frustrations she overca||6/15/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanRyan "Lannie" Welshans - Alumnus - Lake Gibson High School||Ryan Welshans was an award-winning TV Production student in Florida in the mid-2000s. He currently works as a youth pastor but his role in a TV Production program still influences his approach to ministry. In this episode we'll discuss the impact TV Pr||6/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanBen Barnholdt - Adviser - Whitney High School||Ben Barnholdt has built the program at Whitney High School into a national powerhouse. In this episode, we discuss, amongst many things, some of his program's structure, how they work towards a daily product that's engaging, and the culture of success||5/30/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanKarin McKemey - Adviser - Fort Mill High School||Karin McKemey has transitioned from a career in broadcast to building one of the most decorated programs of recent years. In this episode we discuss, amongst many other things, her transition to teaching, her approaches to working with teenagers,||5/24/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanDave Davis - Adviser - Hillcrest High School||Dave Davis is a legend in the field of broadcast journalism education. In this episode we discuss his beginnings as a teacher, the growth and evolution of his program, and the formation of the Student Television Network.||5/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanIntroduction||A rundown of what to expect in the episodes to come.||5/16/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
This podcast is amazing! It is a huge resource for a teacher on a island as the only Video teacher in my area. Please keep producing this podcast.
I'm a Tad Jealous...
I think we can all admit to a little jealousy when someone hits on an idea that we know we should have had first. That's the way I am with this podcast. Kevin stole the idea I hadn't had yet. :)
I've been admiring all of these video/film teachers from afar for years, but Kevin had the brilliant (and courageous) idea to reach out and talk to them.
So, yeah, I'm a little jealous. I'm also a lot glad he did it. This is a fantastic resource for those of us who know just how BIG what we do is... especially to those students who couldn't find a voice anywhere else.
I appreciate you all and thank you for sharing your stories with us. Now if you'll excuse me, I need to go steal some of your ideas.
Marietta High School
These are fantastic. Teaching TV can be so hard. It involves so many areas- writing, teaching technical equipment, artistic principles, trouble shooting, computers etc.. Then you throw in the need to raise funds, the video demands from the school and the responsibility of students outside the classroom. It can be so overwhelming, especially for new teachers. This podcast really helps as it gives ideas, advice and let's everyone know they are not alone.
Way to go Kevin, keep them coming!
JimG (Twitter-@BrowardTeenNews & @ShortCutsTV)