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Pets of the Pandemic: How a COVID Chronicles Column Took Off at Wantagh High School

Pets of the Pandemic: How a COVID Chronicles Column Took Off at Wantagh High School
January 3, 2021

Over the course of the pandemic, many of us have become attached to our pets. There has been a boom in the number of pet adoptions as more and more people have sought out ways to stay happier at home....

Five Journalism Advisers Share Tips for Teaching During COVID-19

Five Journalism Advisers Share Tips for Teaching During COVID-19
December 10, 2020

Quarantines, Zooms, Hybrid Schedules, Virtual Classrooms and Meet Ups, oh my! To say teaching during COVID-19 has been a challenge would indeed be an understatement. However, five Journalism Advisers from...

Media Now Expands Online Options

Media Now Expands Online Options
December 9, 2020

A message from MediaNow Advisers, we know this year has been tough. It’s been tough for everyone.  Hopefully, we’ve got a couple offers here to help the new year not be so crazy and give you some...

Winners Announced in the Digital Divide Contest

Winners Announced in the Digital Divide Contest
November 25, 2020

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Fall 2020 Digital Divide contest. Student journalists were given the opportunity to spotlight what schools and communities are doing to ensure all students...

The “Digital Divide” Contest for Scholastic Journalists

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August 21, 2020

COVID-19 continues to impact our nation. As more and more schooling is delivered via eLearning, a spotlight shines on the “digital divide.”   What is a digital divide? It is the uneven distribution...

Shutter Speed Basics – DSLR Tutorial

Shutter Speed Basics - DSLR Tutorial
August 1, 2020

When learning how to operate a DSLR, it is important to understand three critical components to how a camera works; Aperture, ISO, and Shutter Speed. In a previous mini-tutorial, we covered aperture. In...

eLearning: Lessons Learned and Lessons Shared

eLearning: Lessons Learned and Lessons Shared
June 27, 2020

This spring, school doors closed and students stayed home due to COVID-19. Teachers and administrators were incredibly creative in finding ways to reach students and continue their education.  In...

The Fourth Annual First Amendment Matters PSA Contest Results Are In

The Fourth Annual First Amendment Matters PSA Contest Results Are In
May 19, 2020

Choosing winners for the fourth annual SchoolJournalism.org First Amendment Matters PSA contest was not an easy task. Even with the challenges presented by school closures due to COVID-19, we received...

Tips for Journalism Programs Challenged to Implement an E-Learning Format

Tips for Journalism Programs Challenged to Implement an E-Learning Format
March 14, 2020

As many schools and districts move to an e-learning format, this leaves production-based classes without their studios, equipment, and software. This doesn’t mean learning stops. The key is to give students...

SchoolJournalism.org launches First Amendment Video PSA Contest 2020

SchoolJournalism.org launches First Amendment Video PSA Contest 2020
February 25, 2020

Multiple surveys and studies have shown Americans remain unaware of the five freedoms the First Amendment guarantees. When more Americans can name characters from an animated television series than the...

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