ATTEND AND SPONSOR OUR BOOK LAUNCH CELEBRATION JUNE 5
REFLECTIONS ON PARTICIPATING IN HEALTHY NEWSWORKS
Heather McDanel, included in Leading Healthy Change In Our Communities 2013, shares her experience of being interviewed by third- and fourth-grade student journalists. And Josie Dillard, an alumna of Healthy NewsWorks, reflects on what being in the program has meant to her.
Read Heather McDanel's story
Read Josie Dillard's story
NEW TEACHER RESOURCE MANUAL FOR HEALTHY NEWSWORKS BOOKS
Educators at Cole Manor Elementary School have developed the first Teacher Resource Manual to be used in conjunction with Leading Healthy Change In Our Communities. The activities described in the book are aligned with Common Core State Standards and focus on reading, writing, health education, and civics.
WORKSHOP EXPLORES REPORTING IDEAS
Healthy NewsWorks is beginning to venture into audio journalism through its partnership with WHYY’s NewsWorks. How to craft an audio news report was one of the prime topics during a Healthy NewsWorks workshop held in December 2012 at WHYY’s Philadelphia offices and studios. Read more
ANNOUNCING A NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH WHYY-FM
We are thrilled to announce that we are now working with WHYY-FM on a variety of projects to further enable our student journalists to promote health within their communities. WHYY staff plans to teach student journalists audio skills and help them produce audio content on a range of public health topics. Read more