Want to win your next (or first) hackathon? Check out these seven tips and three activities to help you and your students build their pitching skills, confidence and communication for STEM success.
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Attending your first hackathon can be intimidating. You might even think that winning first, second or third place is improbable. Here is Youth Radio Interactive’s Storm White sharing some tips on how to succeed. Her team won first place at My Brother’s Keeper Hackathon in Oakland, CA and it was her first time participating in one.
Through the creative geniuses at Youth Radio Interactive (YRI), we created badges to highlight and remind ourselves of the various…
Most smartphones today have a built in microphone and recording function (example: iPhone’s voice memo), and can be used in a pinch to conduct interviews and gather sound. Here are a few tips for using your phone effectively as a recorder.
Finally–an app that lets you listen and respond to Youth Radio’s stories using your Android device! And what’s even better: we made…
Attention all STEM teachers — are you looking for ways to incorporate music and sound into your classroom?Check out these hands-on project ideas from Youth Radio’s Brains and Beakers science speaker series.
Do you work with young people? Do you have concerns about how they represent themselves online? Do you worry about what…
In this interactive, you’ll explore the stories behind 13 objects that police officers have mistaken for guns. The cases you’re about to see vary in circumstance and outcome, but each ended with someone getting shot.
This set of DIY tools introduces students to the concepts of privacy and professionalism online (includes lesson plan with handouts).