2015 TEACHAPALOOZA has ended
TEACHAPALOOZA June 12-14, 2015
The Poynter Institute, St. Pete, Florida 
Register here: http://teachapalooza.com/register/
Renew-Refresh-Energize your teaching

  • Cutting edge training from Rock-Star speakers
  • Amazingly low $299 tuition plus discount hotel room deals 
  • Premiere of Merchants of Doubt movie plus free teaching guides
  • Free access to Premium version Videolicious
  • Training from Google trainers on new online tools
  • Build life-changing professional friendships with the best journalism educators
  • Stay for three additional days for the Hands-On Backpack Video and Editing session

contact:  Al Tompkins   atompkins@poynter.org   727-821-9494 / 727-409-9717(cell)
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Friday, June 12 • 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Show and Share

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Friday sessions:


  • Stacy Forster - Scavenger hunt — we created a large-scale scavenger hunt for our introductory journalism class for 120 students.
  • Phyllis Slocum: Teaching overseas - how to structure a course you will lead focused on media but not necessarily just with "news" folks.  Many campuses have blended study abroad opportunities.  I have done 4 study abroad courses - each was a 5 week summer semester.  
  • Lee Anne Peck: How I use class blogs.  For my media ethics class, I have a blog titled iwantu2boutraged. 
  • Julie Cajigas: Google Me: How I teach students to  become aware of their online presence. 
  • Hayley Miller: Assessing Creativity in Digital Learning


Friday June 12, 2015 12:15pm - 1:45pm PDT
Dining Room

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