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2014-15 New York Award: Education/Schools

NJEA’s Classroom Close-up, NJ, now in its 21st season, won its 13th Emmy Award. The winning show features the following schools:  Alan B. Shepard Elementary School in Old Bridge… Continue Reading

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2013-14 Mid-Atlantic Award Education/Schools Program

EdCamp – EdCamp STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Math) is an “unconference”, an opportunity for educators to work together to provide free, participant-driven… Continue Reading

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2011 Mid-Atlantic Award Educational Program

Musical Thread – Two brothers and their best friend grew up in the streets of Camden wondering what their future would hold. All three returned to not only teach music at the public… Continue Reading

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2010 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Education Program

High Tech Hall – Moodle, Google, SMART Boards, delicious, Skype, Twitter, and Wikis — these are all a part of the expanded high tech hall at the NJEA Convention. There’s… Continue Reading

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2008-09 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Public Affairs

Men of Distinction – Men of Distinction is an after school club at Charles W. Lewis Middle school in Gloucester Township designed to instill character, pride and values in male… Continue Reading

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2006-07 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Education Program

“Whodunnit?” The piece covered Advanced Placement biology students at Nottingham North High School in Hamilton who participate in a CSI type investigation by using DNA.

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2004-2005 New York Emmy Award: Outstanding Educational Programming

Mentoring in Action – Genny Di Trani is devoted to the education profession and she wants all new teachers to learn from great teachers. She heads up the mentoring program at the Dumont… Continue Reading

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2003-04 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Public Affairs Series

Blueberry Legislation – Students at Veterans Memorial Elementary School in Brick participated in New Jersey’s political process by successfully passing a bill to make blueberries… Continue Reading

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2001-02 New York Emmy Award: Outstanding Societal Concerns Programming

Walk in my Shoes – Have you ever wondered what it is like for people who can’t see, or can’t walk, or can’t talk? Well the students at Memorial Middle School in Fair Lawn are learning… Continue Reading

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2001-02 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Public Affairs Series

Migratory Birds – Maureen Barrett’s eighth-grade students from Mt. Laurel Middle School join volunteers at Reed’s Beach to witness a massive migration of shorebirds… Continue Reading

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2000-01 New York Emmy Award: Outstanding Societal Concerns

SAM – Student Advocates for Millennium began at Millburn High and has been expanded to a state-wide conference to help students with learning disabilities deal with school,… Continue Reading

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1998-99 Mid-Atlantic Emmy Award: Outstanding Public Affairs Series

Holocaust – Students from Lincoln Elementary in Garwood have the chance to meet Holocaust survivors and other eyewitnesses to the Nazi atrocities.

 

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