Teaching journalism can be one of the most challenging and rewarding endeavors. That’s why we offer free training modules, as well as, journalism and news literacy lessons for teachers to use in their classrooms. Below are some additional resources created especially for teachers.
Staff recruiting, grading and forms
These resources help teachers recruit staff, organize beats and assignments, create manuals and develop grading policies. Information and samples about staff workflow, job descriptions, staff applications, staff manuals, style manuals, student contracts, equipment check-out forms and rubrics are also included.
Journalism is a field that is constantly changing, which can make teaching it difficult. This collection of teaching tips is designed to help you navigate the course for your student media program.
Scholastic Journalism Organizations
Find information here for state, regional and national scholastic journalism organizations. Joining an organization allows you and your students to participate in contests, attend conferences, and gain valuable skills and knowledge.
These selected links offer additional lessons and resources for scholastic journalism.
Enhance your professional development by attending state and national workshops. Participation not only helps you develop new skills, but builds a network of colleagues you can count on throughout your career.