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In addition, e Media VA users now create and share “playlists” with their peers and can upload student or teacher created content based on local school policies.
e Media VA won two prominent awards in 2013: the Governor’s Technology Innovation Award in Education and the National Educational Telecommunications Association Award for Best Online Educational Resource in public media.
In January 2013, WHRO partnered with Hampton University to present a free screening and discussion of the public television program, The Abolitionists.
The Abolitionists brought to life the intertwined stories of five leading figures, Frederick Douglas, William Lloyd Garrison, Angelina Grimke, Harriet Beecher Stowe and John Brown who each helped turn a despised fringe movement against chattel slavery into a force that literally changed the nation.
In FY2013, WHRO staff developed 2 new courses (Oceanography and Physics) and completely re-wrote the Online Teaching Methodology course bringing the list of year-long, textbook independent high school courses to 22. Gunn Chris and Lizz Gunufsen Mary and Herbert Haneman Mr.
WHRO Kids, featuring newer, award-winning early childhood programs such as Peg Cat, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Thomas and Friends, The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About That!
Nearly 135,000 teacher accounts have already been established with more added every month.
In terms of content, at the end of June 2013, e Media VA contained over 21,000 Virginia’s Standards of Learning (SOL) correlated “learning objects” (i.e.
Assessment and Accountability in Virginia Schools, a roundtable discussion hosted by Dr. Michael Ferguson Fine Family Fund of the Hampton Roads Community Foundation Dr.
Steven Staples, Executive Director of the Virginia Association of School Superintendents and featuring local and state experts discussing public school assessment and accountability issues was also produced and aired twice on WHRO WORLD 15.2.