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Hear Me

Hear Me is a collaborative network of community organizations, institutions, businesses and foundations working together to provide a better future for our kids.

Hear Me is a conduit for kids voices that promotes the purposeful and responsible use of media by and for kids that can stimulate change in their lives, their communities, and the world.

Published by CREATE Lab at Carnegie Melon University in 2011


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Curriculum Information For Resource

Snapshot
Grade Level(s):All
Curriculum Areas:History/Social Science
English/Language Arts
Science
Leadership
Themes/Keywords: Audio Recording
Community
Education
Environment
Health & Wellness
Portfolio
Video


Vocabulary
portfolio, community, environment, health & wellness, audio recording,


Essential Question(s)
1. How do you make sure your voices are heard?

Discussion Question(s)
1. What is the best way for you to voice your opinion - recording, video, drawing or written word?
2. What topic should be brought to the attention of our community?
3. How would you change your education?
4. Which environmental issue is most important to you?
5. What is the most important health issue for your age group?

Extension and Activities
1. Make a video in an issue that should be brought to the attention of our community.
2. Create an audio recording (sound bite) that is for the youth audience.
3. Write a commentary on your education experience.


"My eCoach sets the standard for online teacher communities. In addition to having tools and tutorials to help teachers create web-based, standards aligned-lessons and activities, there are forum's surveys and libraries.

Being able to quickly embed content such as videos in a lesson is extremely helpful. Teachers don't have a lot of time so having all of these high quality tools integrated in one place is the way to go."



picturePeggy Benton
Professor
San Francisco State U - San Francisco, CA






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