Student Reporting Labs Newsletter - November 2022
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SRL's latest news and resources for educators and students on journalism, media making, and media literacy.

SRL is thankful for you🙏
From all of us to you, we are profoundly grateful to all of you for your tireless support of student-led journalism and youth media. Thank you for being vibrant members of our community.
🚀 Student Journalism Challenge 🚀
Closes Friday

Fri. Dec. 2 - MIDNIGHT

Just 4 days left for students to submit to the 🚀Student Journalism Challenge. 🚀 Video, audio, or print stories on the theme of “My Education, My Future” are welcome from students ages 13-18.
Submit Today
You're Invited!
SRL Holiday Hoopla

Wed. Dec. 14 - 7pm ET / 4pm PT

❄️ Add this to your calendar! ❄️
Wed. Dec. 14 - 7pm ET / 4pm PT

Join us for an interactive virtual holiday party where we’ll connect, reflect and have fun through our favorite thing: stories! Get in on some holiday cheer and celebrate the end of the year with our amazing SRL community during this special virtual gathering. 
Media Literacy Week Recap

SRL talks Media Literacy
SRL participated in several events for NAMLE's Media Literacy Week

"We the Young People: Moments of Truth"
Read our Recap
Madame Vice President, We Have a Question!
SRL reporter Dakota Hendren from Royal Oak High School in Michigan talked to young people about why the youth vote matters, changes they would like to see happen and caught up with Vice President Kamala Harris to ask a question. This piece was produced by Dakota Hendren with support from SRL educator Michael Conrad.
Student Opportunity

Applications are now open

Love social media? Hate misinformation? MediaWise is looking for middle and high school students interested in fact-checking viral misinformation to create media literacy TikTok and YouTube videos for the “Is This Legit?” series. This is a paid position. Deadline is Dec. 31, 2022.

Educator Opportunity

Does💡 invention have your attention?
Apply to teach invention lesson plans in your classroom for a stipend

The all-new InventEd Fellowship run by PBS NewsHour Classroom offers a $600 stipend for educators who teach invention lesson plans in their classroom, provide feedback, and attend virtual meetings. The fellowship runs from December through May 2023. Email for more information.
PBS NewsHour Classroom
Lesson of the Month

 Explore Classroom's website with timely current event lesson plans featuring NewsHour broadcast episodes and news stories.

Featured lesson: 
Thousands in China protest zero-COVID policy in largest demonstrations in decades

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