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An Ethical Approach to Civic Journalism
Although journalism has a strong code of ethics, there are “news” outlets today that make little or no effort at acting ethically. The media, however, has a responsibility to ethically present the news. Just what does that mean, and how can we teach students to develop an understanding of…
Talking Trees: Prompts for Writing Outside
This resource is available to support place-based writing outside anytime of year and comes with related resources and age-level recommendations. Originally developed for Write Out (writeout.nwp.org).
I Teach, (I Feel), I Write: Professional Writing with Emotion
"If feeling emotion is part of working in schools, how does emotion fit into writing about that work?" This essay considers the reality of teachers' emotional involvement with their work and how to deal with emotion in professional writing. A useful reading for writing groups and their…
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