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Students practiced photographing Barbies around a makeshift candle-lit campfire to understand the complexity of photographing in low lighting with fire. By using a candle and Barbies, students were able to practice analyzing exposure based on the subject of the photo (the candle or the Barbies). Be sure to check with your administration and get approval prior to this lesson as many schools have a no-candle-burning policy.

Photographing Fires in Manual Mode

Leigh Rogers, adviser at Hermann HS, Hermann, Mo.
September 30, 2019
Just go to Tune In Radio and “search for The GROWL.”

Century Link Helps Dunnellon High School Put “Reading for Radio©” On The Air

Barry Carrus, Dunnellon High School, The GROWL radio
February 28, 2019
Media Literacy in 2018: Top Five

Media Literacy in 2018: Top Five

Leigh Kolb, Assistant Professor of English and Journalism at East Central College
January 1, 2019
Trey Baker works with the drone remote.

I got a drone, now what?

Jane Bannester, Ritenour High School broadcast teacher
December 2, 2018
Using Google Classroom and Team Drives to Organize Your Program

Using Google Classroom and Team Drives to Organize Your Program

Leigh Rogers, Hermann, Mo., yearbook adviser
August 13, 2018
Creating an Online News Site

Creating an Online News Site

Christina Manolis, journalism teacher at Washington High School, Washington, Mo.
July 30, 2018
Adam Gleeson

Transforming to a Coach When Teaching Photography

Leigh Rogers, Hermann, Mo., yearbook adviser
March 21, 2018

Q and A with the Pros: Wanda Parsons

Michelle Turner, Washington, MO, and JEA 2016 Broadcast Adviser of the Year
February 12, 2018
Ritenour High School students learn to fly a drone.

Please, please, may I have a drone?

Jane Bannester, Ritenour High School media teacher and 2017 JEA Distinguished Broadcast Adviser
November 7, 2017
How'd They Do That?: Facebook Frames

How’d They Do That?: Facebook Frames

Michelle Turner, Washington, MO, and JEA 2016 Broadcast Adviser of the Year
September 24, 2017
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