Shout media education is a teaching approach that uses music and other types of media to promote student learning. This method has been shown to increase student retention, foster a positive attitude toward learning and enhance social emotional skills such as cooperation, reasoning and respect.
FILMCLIPS FOR CHARACTER EDUCATIONALITY
ClipShout has created short, licensed clips of popular Hollywood movies with age-appropriate Study Guides designed to engage 4th-12th grade students in cross-curricular learning experiences centered on character education. This approach helps students engage in critical thinking, moral action, and ethical choices.
SHARED SPORTS AND RECORDS
Schools are leveraging social shout media education to spread news about their athletic teams. This is a great way to attract and retain students, but it can be challenging to manage social media on a school’s own, especially with a limited amount of time.
In addition to the obvious benefits, social media also offers a variety of other tools for schools that can help them spread their message. When used properly, they can help schools build community and create a sense of pride in their local school district.
There are many challenges that school districts face on a daily basis. Among them is the threat of cyberbullying, which can be devastating to both the victim and the bully.
This is why it’s important for teachers to teach students how to identify and avoid these threats. This is not only important for safety but can also help students develop a stronger sense of identity and belonging.
PRESSURE FOR STUDENTS TO KNOW WHERE THEIR INFORMATION COMES FROM
With so much news coming out all the time, it’s important for students to know how to identify fake news and avoid it. They can learn how to check out a website or social media account before deciding whether it’s safe to follow.
SUCCESS IN SCHOOL DISTRICT TO MAKE THE BUFFALO BILLS ROUNDUP
Students at PS #6 Elementary School of Technology in Buffalo, New York, were very excited when the team made it into the playoffs for the first time in more than a decade. To celebrate, they created dance videos to cheer them on.