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Students, apply now for free JCamp and JSHOP workshops

Students selected for the nationally recognized JCamp and JSHOP summer workshops will receive free, hands-on journalism training from experts in the field. These multicultural experiences covering virtually every aspect of journalism are open to all high school students. JCamp, the Asian American Journalists Association’s signature program for high school journalists, will celebrate its 15th year from Aug. 3-8 at the University of Minnesota. JCamp co-founder Neal Justin, a TV critic at the Minneapolis Star Tribune, emphasized that students do not...  Read More »

Apply for the Reynolds High School Journalism Institute by March 1

Applications for the 2015 Reynolds High School Journalism Institute are due March 1. The Institute is the premier summer workshop for secondary-school advisers and provides wide-­ranging journalism education and hands-­on experience. The 2015 Institute will include one week of on-campus training combined with pre- and post-Institute instruction online. Teachers who have previously attended the Institute are welcome...  Read More »

High school journalists stream video online thanks to mobile gear giveaway

The journalism department at Fort Osage High School in Independence, Missouri, got a pleasant surprise recently when they were selected to receive one of 10 mobile gear bags given away by MobileVideoDIY. To celebrate the launch of its website and help teachers and student journalists get started, MobileVideoDIY gave away the gear to secondary-school classrooms. Each bag contained a microphone, pre-amp, cord, tripod and mount. With these items, students can use their mobile phone to take professional-style video. Students will also gain experience in backpack...  Read More »

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Why do you teach scholastic journalism?

Watch teachers from the 2014 ASNE/Reynolds High School Journalism Institute at the University of Missouri articulate the purpose and value of scholastic journalism.