Author: sarahnichols

Board approves bylaw changes, standards for journalism educators

Educational Initiatives Director Megan Fromm, MJE, listens to committee chair reports at the Marriott Wardman Park in Washington, D.C. Photo by Kelly Glasscock, CJE   The Journalism Education Association board of directors met Nov. 21 in Washington, D.C. prior to kickoff of the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention. Contest Chair Nancy Smith, MJE, reported…
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JEA joins NAMLE as Media Literacy Week Partner

Presenting at the 2019 NAMLE Conference in Washington, D.C., Educational Initiatives Director Megan Fromm, MJE, engages participants in a mock editorial board process. The goal was to show the ethical, critical and civic processes student journalists undertake and offer ideas for how to bring those processes into any classroom. Photo by Kelly Glasscock, CJE   The…
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Leaders hope to reach new audiences at SXSW EDU 2020

With the message that journalistic storytelling not only benefits students in scholastic media programs but moves the needle globally for more informed, engaged, empathetic citizens, JEA Executive Director Kelly Glasscock, CJE, and President Sarah Nichols, MJE, proposed a SXSW EDU 2020 campfire session open for voting through Aug. 23, 2019.   “Gen Alpha Can Save…
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New guide helps journalism teachers navigate Career and Technical Education

A new Career and Technical Education guide is available from the Journalism Education Association. College and career connections have always been a part of publications programs; many skills cross over to career and technical programs such as visual communication, business communication and graphic design. Moving publications from language arts or elective classifications to Career and…
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JEA launches national critique training

The Journalism Education Association has developed a free online training designed to serve as a guide to the experience of judging student media for contests or critiques. The course, “Critique training: You be the judge,” provides an opportunity for new and experienced judges to gain professional development and earn a badge as a certified judge.…
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