Tools for Teachers

 Teaching Journalism

Teaching investigative journalism
An extensive and detailed guide for educators on investigative journalism from the people who produce the show seen on PBS called Exposé, America’s Investigative Reports. It includes links to useful pieces by professionals about selecting stories, conducting interviews, locating documents and packaging stories.
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The one-minute (OK maybe five-minute) editor

Seven basic rules of investigative reporting
Teaching numeracy
Math test for journalists
Another math test for journalists
Teaching journalists – A 25-year odyssey
Neverwinter Nights in the classroom
So, you want to teach journalism
Teaching newspaper design
The challenge of teaching business journalism

Teaching Interviewing

Teaching Writing

Teaching Broadcasting

Teaching Online Journalism

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edited by Mary McGuire
Journalism education in Canada is changing both because journalism is changing and the demand for post-secondary journalism programs is growing. This site is designed to help teachers of journalism in Canada find and share ideas, curricula, approaches and resources that might help them as educators of the next generation of journalists in Canada.