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A free summer seminar for experienced high school journalism advisers

From the 23 teachers who attended this workshop in July 2019, we have included Solutions Journalism Story Ideas, other Story Ideas for a whole range of topics and Tech Examples of something they learned, many of these for data visualization, plus some resources anyone can use in the future for these topics.

Your role as an adviser: Empower, support, inspire

Posted by on Jul 22, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on Your role as an adviser: Empower, support, inspire

One of the most difficult parts of advising in high school journalism is helping your student editors move from being just regular high...

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Get that coveted press pass

Posted by on Jul 22, 2019 in Blog | 2 comments

Tired of your entertainment reporters only coming up with ideas for movie reviews and trending fashion fads? Tired of your sports...

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Press law and the principal: I know how fortunate I am

Posted by on Jul 20, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on Press law and the principal: I know how fortunate I am

Reflecting on the week helps me realize how lucky I am to work where I work. I work in Kansas, a state with a student publications act. In...

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A little snark in the pool: engaging audiences and having fun

Posted by on Jul 20, 2019 in Blog | 1 comment

When Tasha Stewart and Kevin Necessary of the Cincinnati Enquirer and WCPO began presenting ideas about engaging audiences through showing...

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Social media is blocked at my school

Posted by on Jul 19, 2019 in Blog | 1 comment

And it causes significant problems for student journalists. Now, yes, students could simply use their own cellphone network, instead of...

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(Not) Just Three Things

Posted by on Jul 19, 2019 in Blog | Comments Off on (Not) Just Three Things

Winding up a week at the Center for Scholastic Journalism’s Advanced Advising Workshop (hosted at Kent State), 22 fellow scholastic media...

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