Cultivated relationships with other HUB editors
Note: I work with another editor-in-chief, Isabella, to ensure that all quality content is published and assist when she needs help i.e. finding photos, checking articles for AP style.
Example: I helped Isabella find the graphic for an article that was lost in the google drive on Dec. 17, 2016.
Note: I supervise the video program and communicate with the video editor, Roland, when I have ideas about how to improve our videos.
Example: I suggested requiring mandatory edits to videos before they could be posted. Roland agreed on Dec. 21, 2016.
Note: I collaborate with the two radio editors, Christine and Irem, on a regular basis to come up with podcast ideas and meet deadlines.
Example: I checked in with Christine about the monthly radio podcast and presented an idea for other smaller radio clips Journalism 1 students had produced on Feb. 11, 2017.
Example: I offered to gather content for one of the radio segments to show Irem that I want to have an active part in the radio podcast on Jan. 11, 2017.
“How to make a #MyGlobalStory”
Note: I worked for 13 weeks creating #MyGlobalStory videos for Global Student Square. I then created this workflow for other journalists to create own videos. I presented the workflow on Zoom, a video conferencing app, to students at the American School of Paris who were interested in participating in the project.
(Presented on Oct. 9, 2016 on Zoom)
“How to make election preview videos”
Note: I created an election preview video and helped others make similar ones. Instead of teaching multiple students at once, I talked one-on-one with students, which allowed them to ask more questions. One of those students was Mohi Andrabi, a senior at Claremont High School, whose video is below.
Submitted (and published) video:
Note: I’m committed to making our website representative of the students at our high school. I collaborated with editors to examine our first semester coverage, and we came up short. To hold ourselves accountable, we printed an article detailing our shortcomings and made a plan with our reporters to do better in the future.
(Happened on Nov. 4, 2016 and published in the Dec. 16, 2016 edition of The HUB)
Note: One of our solutions was interviewing students that fit the underrepresented categories; my group ventured to auto shop. Below are three interviews we informally conducted on our phones with males who do not take AP/Honors classes. We used their answers to create story ideas for the next issue cycle.