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)
Saturday, June 13 • 12:30pm - 2:00pm
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Some of your classmates share their great teaching ideas in 10-minute presentations. 


  • Stacy Forster : Five ways I used what I learned at Teachapalooza in a reporting class I taught last fall 
  • Amy Bonebright: How I use Pinterest to engage students
  • Julie Cajigas:  Crowdsourcing: I will show you how I teach students to crowdsource a problem and really tap into collective intelligence.
  • Kay Colley: Back to the basics: Creating weekly reading and writing exercises with a social media twist
  • Lisa Collins- Pro-Am Partnerships : We teamed up with NOLA.com|The Times-Picayune for multiple projects, including a portrait series on the Katrina 10 year anniversary and a series on proms. Students get (off-campus!) story assignments, editing feedback, experience and cool stuff for their portfolio.  
  • Bob Gould-TOP HAT- a way to use technology to find out if your students actually understand the course material. This will be a live interactive session so bring your phones. 



Saturday June 13, 2015 12:30pm - 2:00pm PDT
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