On occasion, I hear students lament the assignment of a group project. But as an instructor, I am adding team-based tasks to my courses, not reducing them. 231 more words
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The opportunity fell into my lap, without warning, without preparation, but not without enthusiasm.
This sums up how I started teaching journalism. It started with a simple question at my interview for an English position at Meridian High School, Macon, Ill. 335 more words
For nearly two decades I worked in television news in a variety of capacities–producer, reporter, anchor. It was a challenging and mostly fulfilling career. When I left, social media was exploding, stations were shrinking, and my family was growing. 612 more words
In my infinite free time, I’m also pursuing a graduate degree in Journalism Education at Kent State University. This blog will include essays, musings and assignments specifically related to the Teaching Multimedia course. 26 more words
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Jan. 26, 2018: Cool stuff about journalism, once a week. Get notified via email? Subscribe: 3toread (at) gmail. Originally published on 3toread.co