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TEACHAPALOOZA IX 2019 has ended
Three intensive days of practical useable learning, sharing, teaching and networking with passionate journalism educators.   This is front-edge teaching about effective innovative learning. Register here: https://www.poynter.org/teachapalooza-front-edge-teaching-tools-for-college-educators/
Once your application is accepted, you will get confirmation and instructions for hotel reservations. Poynter has arranged for special low rates and free shuttle to Poynter at two downtown St. Petersburg hotels.

Saturday, June 8 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Show and Share - My Best Assignments (part two)

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Three more participants share their most innovative/effective classroom assignments.
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#1 Dan Close-Wichita State Universityteaching my students how to do "street interviews" similar to "Humans of New York"  http://www.humansofnewyork.com/

#2  Angela Anderson-Emerson University-a speed dating approach to teaching students to pitch their stories 

#3 Gail B MacDonald University of Connecticut  We called our project Not Forgotten UCONN and I worked with my public affairs reporting students on it. They completed profiles of people who played significant roles on our campus but were somehow connected to marginalized communities. Students had to complete research using original documents, archival information and also do interviews. They had to make the stories readable and put them into an historical and contemporary context.
I am now vetting their pieces, editing and fact-checking. The end goal is getting them published. The students enjoyed the project, did significant journalism and learned a lot.


Saturday June 8, 2019 12:30pm - 1:30pm
The Dining Room

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