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Thursday, October 20 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Who says print is dead? Why School Newspapers Still Matter. LIMITED

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Newspapers across the country have faced a difficult environment with the advent of the internet. Classrooms, too, have changed radically with the digital age. In such a setting, it is easy to thing newspapers are passé. I would argue, however, that such a thought ignores the strength of the most powerful project-based learning experience I've ever shared with students. Join me for a free-wheeling talk about the importance of high school journalism, the benefits to students involved in producing a newspaper, and tips on setting up a successful program. We will also have ample time to discuss and share ideas with each other.

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Jeff DeVries

English teacher at Illiana Christian High School
Calvin College, B.A. in English | Purdue University, M.A. in English


Thursday October 20, 2016 3:30pm - 4:30pm
River Level Suite 4 on the lower level of the Century Center.

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