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Summer virtual conference includes hands-on, interactive experience

The Journalism Education Association’s signature adviser-only conference will take place July 6-9 as a virtual event for 2020, but JEAai will continue to provide a blend of instruction, connection, inspiration and participation. A new component, aiDIY, gives attendees the opportunity to learn by doing. Designed as a do-it-yourself project for advisers to apply what they’ve…
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JEA joins National Media Literacy Education Alliance

The Journalism Education Association’s board of directors voted 7-0 to join the National Media Literacy Education Alliance. To form the Alliance, a network of educational associations gathered for a discussion during a virtual meeting in March. The National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE), which has been a participant in several JEA programs, organized the…
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Program leaders, committee chairs appointed to three-year term

As the board of directors began a new three-year term May 1, President Sarah Nichols, MJE, appointed teacher/adviser members to lead the Journalism Education Association’s programs and committees as outlined in the organization’s bylaws (Article VII). Awards: Erinn Harris, MJE Harris advises student media at Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria,…
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Advisers Institute to feature Roy Peter Clark

Roy Peter Clark delivered one of the keynote addresses at the JEA/NSPA National High School Journalism Convention in Nashville, Tennessee, on Nov. 9, 2006. He used music to help teach his concepts of writing in his talk, “So You Want To Be a Nashville Writing Star: How To Find Your Writer’s Voice and the Music…
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JEA Advisers Institute moves online

Journalism advisers face new challenges and unique struggles that may send even the most veteran educators looking for guidance. Providing access to essential educational resources is JEA’s top priority, which is why all instruction has moved online for JEA Advisers Institute, July 6-9, 2020. Budgets are strained, travel is restricted and personal health and safety…
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