The Amazing Los Angeles Children's Orchestra is on Kids Talk Radio
The Los Angeles Children's Orchestra in Concert
The Los Angeles Children's Orchestra
We would like for you to learn all about this wonderful orchestra and the Pascale Music Method that makes it possible for young students to sound so good at such an early age. Kids Talk Radio is making plans for this orchestra to play in a concert with the Kids Talk Radio Sound Effects Orchestra in a special summer concert in the city of Long Beach, California. More details will follow. We hope that you will like our photo essay, and audio and video podcasts of this wonderful group of young musicians.
We have just posted some great videos of the orchestra.
The First California Robotic Idol Competition is coming to the City of Long Beach, California
We are using STEM and STEAM Plus skills to teach you how to make a robot dance.
Robotic Idol is a Programming Competition for Grades 6-12
Be a part of this new robotic challenge as you and your teammates develop a series of dance behaviors for a humanoid robot. Learn how to create your own unique dances in a Summer Camp specifically designed with a STEAM curriculum component. At school, master the art of robotic dance with your schools very own NAO robot. And get ready to showcase your talents at the Robotic Idol Finals!
You will need one of our robots to participate and you can find all the information that you need by visiting:
Students from Mrs. Rodriquez's class learn about the NAO humanoid robot.
Students and parents attend NAO humanoid robot workshop and learn togeter about the future of STEAM education.
Super School University Afterschool & STEAM Plus Summer Camp Programs
Bob Barboza is leading a team of teachers researchers developing innovative afterschool and summer camp programs in the areas of STEAM Plus (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, computer languages and foreign languages). Student have an opportunity to use special backpack complete with high technology tools, science experiments and the NAO humanoid robots. Super School University teachers have been conducting robotic and electronic music workshops to help parents, teachers and students to gain a deeper understanding of STEM, STEAM and STEAM Plus. "We are planning a "Robotic Idol Competition" that includes a two week summer camp and a final competition on October 19, 2013, at the main branch of the downtown Long Beach Public Library.
The Super School University programs are divided into three main instructional areas:
These program allow students to take of sneak peak into the future of technology and the use of humanoid robots with hands on project-based learning. Instruction is individualized and student can participate at all levels. All students have opportunities to learn and practice advanced computer programming. Plans are underway to continue the program in the fall as a high motivational afterschool program for students in grades 4 through 12.
We just posted a new audio podcast of Matin Espino (above photo) on Kids Talk Radio USA. This is an in depth interview of Marin as he talks about his experience with the Mayan people, their culture and musical instruments. In addition, we posted a new Kids Talk Radio YouTube Video of Martin playing a wide range of instruments that he made and others that were made for him.
We are all excited about our next Mayan Visual Jazz Opera II and we have posted both audio and video podcasts that we help you to understand about the "Making of a Mayan Visual Jazz Opera". Bob Barboza will write the main story and compose much of the music. However, he will include compositions from composers Marin Espino, the Kids Talk Radio Sound Effects Orcherstra and student composers from UCLA, USC, Stanford University, University of Cape Verde and California State University, Long Beach.
New Talent from Cape Verde
Kids Talk Radio in the USA has been working with Dr. Angelo Barbosa from the University of Cape Verde for several years. We started out with the Cabo Verde Tenth Island Project. This is our enhanced STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) program. We are now progressing to the international STEAM (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts and mathematics) Program. By the end of the year Kids Talk Radio founder Bob Barboza will introduce the new foreign language section to the Kids Talk Radio World STEAM Program. Bob was quoted as saying, "After traveling to Japan, Italy, Cape Verde, Mexico and Russia I noticed that just about everyone was learning English and perfecting their own language. This is what the USA needs to do in all of their schools."
Our new International STEAM Programs will include "World Music Visual Jazz Operas." We are looking for singers and dancers from around the world. Xiomara Barbosa from Cape Verde is an example of what we are looking for. Who do you know?
USA's Cynthia Barboza & Destinee Hooker playing for Russia
Cynthia Barboza & Destinee Hooker Have Russia Cheering for USA Players
USA Women's National Volleyball Team players Cynthia Barboza (Team: Ufimochka) and Destinee Hooker (Team: Dinamo Krasnodar) had Russian fans yelling for our new good will international ambassadors of volleyball. This is a great way to improve Russian and USA relations. It was not long ago when Cynthia and Destinee were battling each other in the NCAA Semi-Finals in the great Texas vs. Stanford volleyball matchers. Now they are at it again in the middle of Ufa, Russia. Kids Talk Radio shot a video of the matches. We will be posting it on Kids Talk Radio Youtube. I am not going to tell you who won. Cytnhia and her new team were the underdogs. The word on the street in Russia was that no way could team Ufimochka get a victory this soon in the season over the high fly act of Destinee Hooker and her Russian Super League team. You can see more photos by visiting http://www.KidsTalkRadioRussia.WordPress.com.
Going to School in Russia
Kids Talk Radio Visiting Ufa, Russia
Kids Talk Radio is on Assignment in Russia and we Love Russia.
It is just amazing about how many people are speaking English in Russia. This photo is made up of players, coaches and Russian volleyball super stars. Everyone in this photo is speaking English and Russian. At one point we were speaking French and Italian. I wish that we could do more with the learning of foreign languages in our schools in the USA. The rest of the world seems to be doing a good job speaking as many languages as possible. Volleyball has been making it possible for people from all over the world to find common ground. This photo was taken in an Italian restaurant in the middle of Ufa, Russia. The food was fantastic and the menu was in Italian and Russian. I found a way to order veal and pasta with a diet coke. Now I have to search from a Russian Kids Talk Radio Student Backpack Journalist. We invite you to follow our Russian Blog at http://www.KidsTalkRadioRussia.WordPress.com.
Antarctica STEM & STEAM Programs
Chelsea Prince in Antarctica
Chelsea Prince in Antarctica
Kids Talk Radio has just completed a new interview of publisher Chelsea Prince. We talk about her new book "Snowcial". This book is more than a photo essay. It will give you a wonderful of her trip to Antarctica with our own Doug Stoup. You can listen to her audio podcast on our Kids Talk Radio USAsite. Be sure to give the audio file enough time to load. We have posted some additonal photos of Chelsea on this site.
Chelsea Prince lived much of the Snowcial with Rebecca and Michael while managing Ice Axe Foundation’s interactive education program on the Clipper Adventurer in 2011. Prince has worked for a variety of publishing houses including Conde Nast, Inside Facebook and several startups. This is her first book.
Chelsea Print & Publishing makes readable coffee table books, affordable to the modern reader.
Chelsea's comments after the interview, "We are an aesthetically-focused publishing company with a commitment to storytelling, accessible professional art and the support of non-profits related to its published works. At our core, we believe that many of the most memorable stories can be told and shared more powerfully by combining visual and written storytelling in a modern fine art format."
Youth Climate Change & Global Warming Press Conference with Cabo Verde Mayors
Cabo Verde Global Warming Press Conference
Kids Talk Radio Press Conference with Mayors and Cabo Verde Islands Support Staff
Kenny G & Bob Barboza
The Kids Talk Radio Super Subs are coming to a school near you.
The Super Subs are heading for the classroom.
Bob Wolin Teaching Music and Math
The Kids Talk Radio Super Subs
This new program is all about getting kids excited about learning. The Super Sub Program was created by Bob Barboza to find a creative way to give public school teachers extra time to spend planning with their principal. The theory is that if teachers can plan better they can teach better. The Super Subs do not charge for their services. The schools do not have the resources to provide all of the needed time for planning that school principals need to be successful.
What is so special about the Super Subs?
We have found a unique way to get students to get excited about listening, speaking, reading, writing, and computing. All of our teacher are crossed trained in technology, language arts, and the performing arts.
Kids Talk Radio is about teaching language arts through performing arts.
Kids Talk Radio Student Backpack Jouranlists
Kids Talk Radio Covering the News At UCLA
High Students At UCLA Anderson School of Management
Project ECHO UCLA Anderson School of Management
Cabo Verde Student Backpack Journalists
Kids Talk Radio Cabo Verde American News Team
Santa Barbara Middle School Teen Press
Two Jr. Medical School Students from Mississippi talk to Doug Stoup in Antarctica
Kids Talk Radio Antarctica
Kid's Talk Radio Antarctica
High Motivational Learning Programs
Matt and Mikey Thorn are being homeschooled in Mississippi by their parents. These two lucky students go to Jr. Medical School for a few hours a day. The new distance learning high motivational Jr. Medical School program was created by Bob Barboza to get students to spend more time studying science beyond the traditional school curriculum. At first this program was only available for gifted and talented students. It has now been expand to give all students an equal opportunity to participate. “Our goal is to get this program is some of our nations poorest schools,” said, Barboza. It is designed to get students excited about science, technology, and becoming a medical journalist. Two of our student reporters got to cover the Doug Stoup story by satellite phone. You can listen to the full interview by clicking on the words, Doug Stoup Kids Talk Radio Interview. This is all part of the PNN Personal News Network and Jr. Medical School working together to bring you the student news that you can use. Lauren Elliothas been working with Barboza for the past five months on getting free access to PNN and Kids Talk Radio for all school children that can benefit by the program.
Jr. Medical School STEM Programs: Getting Kids Excited About Learning
Kids Talk Radio Connects Students from Mississippi and Antarctica Expedition via live web site.
Rohnert Park, CA - PNN.com, the personal news network site today announced that two students participating in an after school educational programs Jr. Medical School and Kids Talk Radio on PNN will be connecting directly with Antarctica expedition leader Doug Stoup as he travels to the south pole.
The two students are part of an online program, called Jr. Medical School, started by educator Bob Barboza and hosted on PNN.
"The idea was to establish a unique, distance learning program that was uniquely capable of connecting students anywhere in the world with exciting real world professional resources like Doug Stoup", said Barboza.
"It's exciting working with PNN", Bob Barboza, said. "We now have a common platform and exposure to the wonderful world wide resources that PNN can provide." Barboza added.
"The idea that I can teach kids in Mississippi from my office in California and use PNN to find and connect with someone like Doug is incredible. Where else could kids have live satellite telephone calls from a world class expedition leader like Doug Stoup, then find their interviews posted on the web site by our Kid’s Talk Radio science reporters to then be shared by anyone?" said Bob.
It's not only exciting for the kids, it's a great learning tool and a powerful platform for understanding and compassion."
The student's goal at Jr. Medical School is to monitor the medical condition of Doug Stoup as he travels to Antarctica. Doug is retracing the steps of Ernest Shackleton's 1915 attempt at reaching the South Pole.
"Our job is to find out as much medical information about Doug as possible. He has a first aid kit and we want to know what is in it. It would be great to find out his complete medical history." (Matt Thorn)
"Our assignment was to read about weather conditions in Antarctica and to make a medical plan to keep Doug safe." (Mikey Thorn)
Created specifically for the average person by Lauren Elliott, PNN (www.pnn.com) gives web users a familiar and easy to use desktop publishing tool that blurs the distinction between the mainstream media and the citizen journalist.
Lauren Elliott is the best selling author of 23 original computer software titles with over 30 million copies of work in circulation - including the Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? software game series. Winner of over 50 awards in originality and lifetime sales categories, Lauren is also the Founder and Creative Developer of several software development, Internet and book publishing companies.
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