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Research tip sheets: Lessons on online search techniques, reading studies, understanding data and methods

Research tip sheets: Lessons on online search techniques, reading studies, understanding data and methods | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
Curriculum overview with links to a variety of materials that help foster basic research competencies.
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5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask Students

5 Powerful Questions Teachers Can Ask Students | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
To inspire more inquiry in the classroom, blogger Rebecca Alber offers up five questions to routinely ask students.
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55 Content Curation Tools To Discover & Share Digital Content

55 Content Curation Tools To Discover & Share Digital Content | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
55 Content Curation Tools To Discover & Share Digital Content
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How to Self-Publish Your Book | Mediashift | PBS

How to Self-Publish Your Book | Mediashift | PBS | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
How to Self-Publish Your Book by Carla King Did you ever consider self-publishing your own book but were daunted by the complex process of actually doing it?
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The INN Guide to Creating A Data Driven Map With TileMill

The INN Guide to Creating A Data Driven Map With TileMill | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
TileMill is a free-to-download application for Windows and the Mac that will let you build beautiful, data driven maps.  If the bland sameness of Google maps is giving you ennui, TileMill might be a good alternative for you.
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e-Learning Industry - The leading e-learning portal

e-Learning Industry - The leading e-learning portal | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
The Leading e-Learning Portal for professionals involved in the e-Learning Industry. Find first all the latest trends, articles and news.
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25 Things Influential People Do Better Than Anyone Else

25 Things Influential People Do Better Than Anyone Else | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
How do people become truly influential in the social age? If you, like me have been raised with the notion that celebrities, sports stars and politicians were influential because of what they do and not who they are – we’re on the same page.
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14 Tips for Journalists on Facebook - PBS MediaShift

14 Tips for Journalists on Facebook - PBS MediaShift | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it

14 Tips for Journalists on FacebookPBS MediaShiftEducation content is sponsored by City University London's International Journalism MA, a one-year professional Masters degree for the globally-minded journalist.

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Beer, breakups and babies: Six stories of the Ikea coffee-table phase of life

Beer, breakups and babies: Six stories of the Ikea coffee-table phase of life | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
The Lack is cheap, sturdy and popular with people in the market for good-enough-for-now-furniture
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Ten Tips for Personalized Learning via Technology

Ten Tips for Personalized Learning via Technology | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
To challenge and support each child at his or her own level, the educators of Forest Lake Elementary deploy a powerful array of digital-technology tools. Discover what your school can learn.
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4 Awesome Things Harper Lee Did After 'Mockingbird'

4 Awesome Things Harper Lee Did After 'Mockingbird' | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
She’s been called a literary one-hit wonder. But while Harper Lee never did write another novel, she still accomplished some incredible things.
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Russ on Reading: The Common Core in English/Language Arts: A Critically Literate Reading

Russ on Reading: The Common Core in English/Language Arts: A Critically Literate Reading | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
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Blurring the Lines of Feminism: A Criticism of the Criticism of “Blurred Lines”

Blurring the Lines of Feminism: A Criticism of the Criticism of “Blurred Lines” | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
Dear capital-F Feminists, Please Stop the Slut-Shaming. Love, a lower-case-f feminist.  The first time I heard the funky beats of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” emanating from my radio, I did what ...
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Can Emotional Intelligence Be Taught?

Can Emotional Intelligence Be Taught? | Tips for journalists & teachers | Scoop.it
If everybody knows that test scores and grades aren’t the keys to success, how do we teach, and measure, the things that are?
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Twitter for Newsrooms | Twitter Developers

Welcome to #TfN. Inside, you'll find resources to help you and your organization at every step of the reporting and publishing process. Download our new Twitter Best Practices for Journalists and Newsrooms!
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With Facebook, Blogs and Fake News, Teens Reject Journalistic "Objectivity"

This article examines the news behaviors and attitudes of teenagers, an understudied demographic in the research on youth and news media. Based on interviews with 61 racially diverse high school students, it discusses how adolescents become informed about current events and why they prefer certain news formats to others. The results reveal changing ways news information is being accessed, new attitudes about what it means to be informed, and a youth preference for opinionated rather than objective news. This does not indicate that young people disregard the basic ideals of professional journalism but, rather, that they desire more authentic renderings of them.

 

Source: http://jci.sagepub.com/content/early/2012/09/24/0196859912458700.abstract

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