Sunday, January 31, 2010

Students in gifted program produce school's morning news show

Students who are gifted at a Tennessee elementary school produce a video news program shown throughout the school each morning. The fourth- and fifth-graders create the 5- to-7-minute program in the school's news studio equipped with a green screen, video cameras, a mixer, a laptop and other equipment, which was funded through a grant, fundraisers and private donations. "I've learned a lot and it's fun -- problem-solving, technology. ... We all have jobs, but we're all needed to fit it together," one student news anchor said. Farragut Press (Tenn.)

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