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MassCUE 2013 - Building a Student Journalism Program

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Presented at MassCUE 2013 - October 23, 2013

Presented at MassCUE 2013 - October 23, 2013

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  • 1. Building a Student Journalism Program: Empowering Project-Based Learning & Digital Literacies
  • 2. Hopkinton High School Fred Haas Sterling Worrell English teacher fhaas at hopkinton.k12.ma.us Photography teacher sworrell at hopkinton.k12.ma.us HHSPress.org
  • 3. Our Challenge Create a blended/hybrid class to revive and recreate the high school journalism program
  • 4. Hybrid Format Rotating schedule of five meetings in seven days Three face-to-face classes | Two online classes
  • 5. Student Challenge Create and manage publishable content about the high school and community in digital format
  • 6. Project Based Learning | Workshop Create and manage publishable content about the high school and community in digital format
  • 7. Collaboration Editorial Staff - Copy and Multimedia Reporters - Departments and Self-Selection
  • 8. Student Leadership Editorial staff leads and manages the operation reporting assignments, workflow, and publishing
  • 9. Project Management Student Reporters manage each story project Editorial Staff manages reporters & story projects
  • 10. Critical Thinking Begin with consumption; how to read journalism NewsU: Understanding Basics of Journalism
  • 11. More Critical Thinking Transition to production; how to create journalism NewsU: Basic Reporting, Writing, & Photography
  • 12. Self-Direction | Self-Selection Reporters work both within departments of choice Free to work outside of department with approval
  • 13. Localizing Regional, National, Global issues in local context
  • 14. Quality Standards All models from professional & college media Continually improving over the time of program
  • 15. Journalism Ethics Code of ethical responsibility for journalists Students make ethical decisions about stories
  • 16. Communication Goal: All work produced is with intent to publish Form: Text, Image, Audio, & Video to suit content
  • 17. More Communication Producing content for real purposes & audiences Articles are regularly republished with local news
  • 18. Text and Image Continue to develop a variety of story forms All news stories include one or more images
  • 19. Video Transferring inverted pyramid style to video format Documentary technique & Five-Shot Sequences
  • 20. Digital Literacies Contexts: Personal/Social, Learning/Workplace, Media/Technology, Community
  • 21. Tools of the Trade Devices: iPad and iMacs, still & video cameras Software: MOODLE, Wordpress, Flickr,Vimeo
  • 22. Hopkinton High School Fred Haas Sterling Worrell English teacher fhaas at hopkinton.k12.ma.us Photography teacher sworrell at hopkinton.k12.ma.us HHSPress.org

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