Teach Media Literacy Skills
Help students learn how to access, analyze, evaluate, create and act using all forms of communication. From fact-checking to journalism standards to combating misinformation, empower your students to become savvy media experts.
Increase Civic Engagement
Create paths for students to interact within their community, learn how important decisions are made and understand the role of journalism in a democracy.
Build STEM and Science Journalism Skills
Build critical thinking, problem solving and science communication skills through inquiry-based learning and media making, including data analysis and evaluating evidence.
Experiment with Storytelling Formats
From quick content creation challenges, to video diaries, to podcasting and creating video news stories or mini-docs; your students can experiment with different types of storytelling.
Activate and Amplify Student Voice
Inspire students with meaningful media making challenges around topics they are passionate about. Students will be heard and contribute to the national conversation.
Motivate with Culturally Responsive Projects
Engage students in projects designed to meet them where they are. Explore topics front of mind for Gen Z, including social justice, race, equity, climate change, mental health, fairness and opportunity, and more.