During the interactive webcast, live from the Museum, students will also enjoy real-time Q&A opportunities, live polls, reporting by students Julia Bresnan from Hawaii and Eliana de Las Casas from The National WWII Museum in New Orleans, artifacts, and on location tours of attack sites.
REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR: HOW STUDENTS LIKE YOU EXPERIENCED THE DAY OF INFAMY is hosted by WYES producer and reporter Tom Gregory. Produced by Marcia Kavanaugh, host of “Informed Sources.”
An Electronic Field Trip is an interactive lesson delivered directly to your students at school through a streamed webcast. The webcast (approximately 40-45 minutes in length) is geared to grades 5-8 and features a live discussion with an expert panel, historians, dramatic video, and fun facts.
WYES and The National WWII Museum's EFT, REMEMBER PEARL HARBOR, won a 2017 Suncoast Regional Emmy. The EFT has been seen by over 200,000 students nationwide and was produced by award-winning producers Marcia Kavanaugh and Tom Gregory.
WYES and The National WWII Museum's first Electronic Field Trip collaboration, WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER, recently won an award for excellence in "Instructional Media" at the 2016 NETA Awards competition. The NETA Awards recognizes the achievements of members of the National Educational Telecommunications Association in community engagement, instructional media, promotion & marketing, and content production, both online and broadcast.