Hello from Los Angeles! We are the Bruin Club, the afternoon club of our Community School. Many thanks for your paintings, dear friends in Berlin, Germany! It was exciting to learn about you and have your works in our hands! … Continue reading →
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Hello from South Los Angeles! Welcome to Summit Preparatory Charter School! We are happy join the Transatlantic School Initiative – now, its our turn! Here are some impressions of how we respond to the questions from our peers in our … Continue reading →
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Dear friends in Germany! We are the Los Feliz School in Los Angeles. Los Feliz means “The happy ones”. And YES, we are very happy: Many thanks for your drawings! We gave our very best to send some nice drawings … Continue reading →
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Hi everyone! Guess what: We have created our own school song! It is dedicated to our new friends in Germany, the Radio Foxes in Hamburg! We wrote the lyrics ourselves (ok, with a little help by our teacher David) and … Continue reading →
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Meet some education masterminds of today – and tomorrow! It was a great honor to share our work and the achievements of the Radijojo kids in Germany and across the globe with you, dear friends at University of California Los … Continue reading →
Greetings from Lafayette, California! Welcome to the Transatlantic Youth Future Council – here at Stanley Middle School! How will the world look like in 2030? How can we contribute to make it a green, safe, fair and peaceful planet? We … Continue reading →
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Big times in Hollywood! We, the thirdgraders of Grant Elementary, have answered many questions of our new friends in Berlin, our sister city. We have created countless drawings – and we have asked many questions back. We hope you like … Continue reading →
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to the first Transatlantic school radio bridge in history! The children of Thadenstraße primary school in Hamburg (above) have asked questions. We, the students of North Country Day school in Winnetka, Illinois (in the Chicago region) … Continue reading →
Another great honor for Radijojo: We could present our work at the Youth Media Symposium that we organized for us! Plus: we could teach some classes of very gifted young movers and shakers at Temple University, Philadelphia. Many thanks to … Continue reading →
KiDz HuB and Radijojo sit down for an Exclusive Interview with Jordi Torrent, Project Manager Media & Information Literacy Education at the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations. New York City. Junior broadcasters, Serena Thomas, Nicole Hubka and Roland Dillon were … Continue reading →