As journalism educators scramble to meet growing demands for infusing computational skills in their curricula, little research is being done on what helps or hinders journalism students’ learning. It’s time to study journalism learners. Continue reading →
Liza Kaczmarscyk does a nice job of capturing the first day of discussion at our meeting on Creating a Climate for Interdisciplinary Computing. The discussion on computational journalism to which she alludes was initiated by yours truly and Rich Gordon … Continue reading →
“When I first get up in the morning I feel fresh and it feels like it would be a good day to me. But after I get in school, things change and they seem to turn into problems for me. … Continue reading →
Laura Fay is a Reading teacher at Fisher Middle School in Ewing, New Jersey. For the last three years, she has been an active collaborator in the Interactive Journalism Institute for Middle Schoolers (http://www.tcnj.edu/~ijims), a demonstration project at The College … Continue reading →
These slides are from a presentation I gave in January 2008 at the Culturally Responsive Teaching, Leadership and Counseling Symposium at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. This Just In View more presentations from guesta98df3.