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June 25, 2019
High School Journalism Institute Teachers Workshop: News and Information Literacy
Learn practical media literacy applications at this three-day workshop for educators
Event Details

This session is the second of the three-day High School Journalism Institute 2019 Teachers Workshop, which runs from Monday, June 24, through Wednesday, June 26. Registration is required (see the RSVP link on this page); the $15 fee provides access to the entire three-day workshop.

Topics for Tuesday, June 25

Keynote: Determining the Good, Bad and Ugly of the Internet

Brainstorming Session
During this activity, you’ll think of ways to integrate news/info literacy into your curriculum by addressing NAMLE goals—access, analyze, evaluate, create and communicate—using media in all its forms.

Break-Out Sessions

  • Thinking critically about images
  • Recognizing opinion and propaganda
  • The power of storytelling—narrative nonfiction and podcasts
  • Pulling back the curtain on strategic media (public relations and advertising)
  • Free and inexpensive digital tools for making media
  • Media law and ethics crash course for educators

This program received funding from a Humanities Initiative Grant, through the support of the Indiana Newspaper in Education Foundation.

Event Info
June 25, 2019, 9:30am - 5:00pm