Click is PBS Wisconsin Education’s youth media initiative.

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  • We provide media production professional development for educators, who take those skills into their classrooms to help students create their own media.
  • We connect educators for peer-to-peer learning.
  • We work with PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs and Wisconsin schools to support student journalism.
  • We offer PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification to educators as they critically consume and create media with their students.
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Journalism production in the classroom

PBS NewsHour’s Student Reporting Labs connects students with a network of public broadcasting mentors and an innovative journalism curriculum to develop digital media, critical thinking and communication skills while producing original news reports. PBS Wisconsin Education producers support schools with storytelling, editing, and production techniques as students craft their news stories.

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Support for PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification

Demonstrate your expertise in teaching PreK-12 students to think critically about their roles as media consumers and creators. PBS Wisconsin Education collaborates with PBS and KQED to offer media literacy micro-credentials for free via the Digital Promise platform.

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Click Teacher Summer Camp

Click Teacher Summer Camp is a professional development event where educators practice video production skills and deepen their ability to teach video production in the classroom. Educators connect with peers from around the state and strengthen relationships for an ongoing community of practice.

Download our Video Production Tips and Tricks brochure.

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Young Changemakers

High school students across Wisconsin are working every day to make the world a better place. Learn how your students can create a profile video about a peer making a difference in their community. Our student prompt and educator guide provide all of the resources needed to participate. Videos that are submitted by June 5, 2020, and meet our guidelines will have the chance to be published on the PBS Wisconsin Education Click Youth Media website.

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Let's Talk About Election 2020

Join classrooms across the country and let the nation know what your students think about election issues that will impact their lives. Learn how your students can create and publish audio or video commentaries for a national audience. The Let’s Talk About Election 2020 showcase will be open from January 2020 until the presidential inauguration in January 2021. Get started by signing up on KQED Learn.

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Reach out to fellow media educators.

Connecting with fellow educators who are also teaching video production in the classroom has helped me deepen my skills and create even more relevance for my students.

Kristin Staver
Mineral Point High School
Mineral Point, WI