Doug carried the Olympic Torch to the North Pole and sent the news to Kids Talk Radio in Mississippi.
Doug Stoup and Bob Barboza are working on taking kids to Antarctica.
Solo Adventure in Antarctica
British Woman Becomes the First Person to Ski Across Antarctica Alone
If the winter weather is getting to you, imagine how British skier Felicity Aston must have felt. She just returned today from a solo ski expedition across Antarctica. She is the first woman—and first human—to complete such a journey alone. The trip took her 59 days, during which she was powered only by her own strength. She hauled two sledges over 1,084 miles, which is not too shabby! The 34-year-old woman from Kent, England, is a veteran of subzero treks, and she used to work at a British weather service base in Antarctica. After being picked up after her expedition, she said she'd been promised "A very long, very hot shower. It's something I haven't had in quite a long time now!" And also some very well-deserved red wine.
This is not your main stream media news team. Doug Stoup in Antarctica sends the news to Bob Barboza at the Apple Store in South Coast Plaza
Doug is always inventing better ways to travel on the snow.
How long do you think you would last in this water?
Bob Barboza and Doug Stoup on tour visiting schools and talking to kids about Antarctica.
We are talking to journalism teachers about lending Kids Talk Radio news reporters.
You can read all about us in National Geographic.
We want to take kids with us to Antarctica.
We need more student reporters for Kids Talk Radio and Teen TV.
Doug is our best Kids Talk Radio reporter from the North and South Poles
What will it take to send these kids to Antarctica?
A Special C-SPAN Climate Change and Global Warming Kid's Talk Radio and Jr. Medical School 2009 Special Project
Doug Stoup and Jessica Trimis the Locke Tech High School Chemistry Teacher
Doug Stoup and biology teacher Andrewa Nguyen at Locke Tech High School in Los Angeles.
Antarctica Photo Exhibit on Kid's Talk Radio & Teen TV
Who wants to go to Antarctica?
Why am I doing this, I hate the cold?
Is the ice melting in Antarctica? Kids Talk Radio wants to know.
Kid's Talk Radio wants to keep you informed about global warming.
Who needs a trip to Hawaii, when we have all of this?
Kids Talk Radio wants to talk about global warming.
The Great Kid's Talk Radio C-SPAN Project for 2009
C-SPAN Student Showcase Podcast
Kids Talk Radio and the ICE AXE Kid’s Foundation are making it possible for students to produce a 5 to 8 minute podcast on “Global Warming”. We have been following the adventures of Doug Stoup for about one year and we are ready to put our scientific facts into a new podcast.
We are working with some interesting partners. The following people will work together as a team to get the information that we need to produce this exciting podcast.
Here is a list of our partners:
Kids Talk Radio in Long Beach, California
Jr. Medical School in Mississippi
Jr. Medical School in Georgia
Apple Computer in Orange County, California
ICE AXE Kid’s Foundation in Northern California
Green Dot Charter Schools in Los Angeles, California
Wilson Classical High School in Long Beach, California
Interviews of two mayors from the Cabo Verde Islands
Stanford Health Library Helps Jr. Medical School and Kid's Talk Radio
Stanford Health Library
Stanford Hospital & Clinics Stanford University Medical Center Health Library and Jr. Medical School Project Based Learning.
Nora J. Cain, director of the Stanford Health Library has made it possible for all Jr. Medical School teachers, students, and parents to have access to the Stanford Health Library. The Stanford Health Library’s mission is to provide scientifically based medical information and health education that helps individuals and families make informed decisions about their health and health care. When Jr. Medical Students want to know more information they now have the resources. Jr. Medical School students need to contact Dr. Bob to learn about custom research packets.
The Health Library on the Internet
This virtual branch of Stanford Health Library has over 10,000 reviewed links to scientifically based medical information on the Internet and over 850 full test health and medical books available for use from home. The Health Library’s streaming video collection includes over 40 videos of Stanford doctors and researchers talking on important health topics including Cancer Supportive Care.
The new Jr. Medical School Toolkit is now available for both Macintosh and PC computers. This updated program is designed to take full advantage of the Stanford health Library text, and steaming videos. Contact Dr. Bob to receive additional information about creative Jr. Medical School projects that will earn points towards graduation.
Dr. Bob Suprschool@aol.com
Other High Motivational Kid's Talk Radio Science Journalist Porgrams for Gifted and Talented Students -2009
Jr. Medical School
For ten days your classroom is turned into to a modern day hospital.We provide all of the software to simulate a Jr. Medical School learning environment.This program simulates what it would be like going to medical school.Program was designed for gifted and talented students to help them to think about the medical science profession.All students upon successful completion of the course receive graduation certificates and letters for the chief of surgery.Program includes instruction in simulated medicine, chemistry, biology, anatomy, hospital administration, technology, and extensive vocabulary development.Students attend lectures, seminars, virtual Podcast, science labs, and receive advanced technology training on Macintosh, PC's, and Pocket PC's.Students receive additional credit from their general education teachers for attending this advanced science course.This course was created by Bob Barboza, MS. and first taught in the ParamountUnifiedSchool District under a special Annenberg Grant administered by the University of Irvine Educational Department. Bob Barboza deigned a complete set of simulation software programs that are proved to students to keep upon successful completion of the ten days of training.This is high motivational before and after school program for gifted students.Some school may want to use this program for intercession classes.Program can be operated by distance learning.All students are required to turn in an open book final exam and to day oral exams.
Jr. Business School Parents love Jr. Business School.Mr. Barboza makes a strong request that all of his student's dress and act like business professional people during all of the classes. Trust me; you don't get this kid of training in the public schools.Students learn about why the customer is always right and why it is so important to be about quality and keeping your word in the world of business.Jr. Business School is about Entrepreneurship and how to start and operate a small business.This is like going to HarvardBusinessSchool for one week.Student will find that our program addresses Standards in: Entrepreneurship, English and Math, Technology, and Leadership.Students will have opportunities for academic engagement and life skills.This course is designed small or large groups, gifted and talented students, and student with special needs that are also gifted and talented.Course can be modified to meet the needs of at risk students that need a second chance at participating in a high motivational learning program.Students will use custom business software designed for Jr. Business School and will write a business plan for a small business.For more information about Jr. Business School contact Mr. Barboza, MS. at Suprschool@aol.com .
Project ECHO and the UCLA Anderson School of Management 2008-2009
Kids Talk Radio and Jr. Business School Reporters were at the business plan writing contest at the UCLA Anderson School of Mangement. Students spent the year learning how to write business plans and giving business presentations. Kids Talk Radio was on the spot conducting interviews.
Our law class for kids teaches street law. It is designed to help kids to understand the law and why it is important to follow our nations laws. Important concepts about how laws are made and what it takes to work in the legal profession. Student work in a simulated legal environment and they will triple their vocabulary. This program is designed to develop oral presentation skills and student will benefit by the information and simulation exercises. Custom computer software will be provide for each student in the class. Student will benefit by know what it is like to be a law student and what to expect from a career as an attorney.
Internet Law: This is a fast growing area. The Inernet is growing and Web 2.0 applications are changing the way the game is played. How do I get started? What does the future look like? How can I explore this hot new area?
I did not know that was against the law?
Does your school need a new way to connect with students that are having trouble staying on task and out of trouble? You have tried everything and you still don't have a soltion. Do you have students that just need a fresh start?
Kids Talk Radio Teacher Training Creative Writing and Journalism Programs
Kid's Talk Radio Presentation Engagement Forms If you would like to schedule a Kid's Talk Radio Gifted Student Training Program at your school you will need to request a Kid's Talk Radio Presentation Engagement Form.Complete the form and a member of the training team will respond to you promptly.We are accepting applications for training at this time.
We want a Kids Talk Radio journalist in every state? Send for an application.
Keep Jazz Alive in our School
We need more student journalists
Kid's Talk Radio is looking for one teacher or parent that would be willing to mentor a student journalist. We are establishing a national news team of student reporters in grades 4 through 8 and 9 through 12. For more information contact Bob Barboza at Suprschool@aol.com.