Montana Journalism Education Association

Teaching poetry with the New York Times

February 19, 2018

For journalism advisers who teach poetry in their English classes, check out this link and all of the resources provided by the New York Times. Some cool ideas in here. NYT Poetry Resources...

JEA and NSPA join forces with Partner Project

February 7, 2018

JEA is entering the third year of its partner project in partnership with the National Scholastic Press Association to deliver on-site training to journalism programs in need. All journalism teachers and their students deserve su...

Sports coverage feedback wanted – take the survey

January 26, 2018

NOTE from: Bradley Wilson, PhD Associate Professor Midwestern State University Editor, Communication: Journalism Education Today Kevin Hull at the University of South Carolina and I (mostly Kevin) are conducting a short...

NSPA shares December newsletter and links to resources

January 1, 2018

The National Scholastic Press Association has shared information on Pacemaker Awards, the Gloria Shields/NSPA Media Workshop, research grants and a Frank LoMonte essay "A free press shouldn't stop at the schoolyard." Visit: NSPA Info... offers advice about apathy

January 1, 2018

Using CNN10 in the classroom

September 26, 2017

Getting students to read or watch the news and stay informed can be difficult, but CNN provides a daily newscast designed specifically for teens -- CNN10. It is a good resource for teachers wanting to share a short news video...

News & Media Literacy — Curriculum and Lessons

July 12, 2017

Visit the school site for many helpful lessons and ideas for your use in the upcoming school year!

Six Principles of News Literacy

July 12, 2017

Check out the updated resources from school -- some great information/lessons about news literacy.