9/11 From the Front Page to the History Books

As the anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attacks approach, NewseumED offers educators some resources to guide classroom discussion.
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Case Studies: How Much Is Too Much?

Case Study

The murder Aug. 26 of a WDBJ journalist and cameraman raises important ethical questions on how the story has and continues to be covered. To help your students explore the ethical questions about content use and sources during tragedy, NewseumED offers two related classroom-ready case studies.
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Learn Media Literacy Teaching Tips at Free Workshop Sept. 19

Thanks to a grant from Participant Media, the Newseum is excited to offer a free open-enrollment professional development opportunity for D.C. metro area high school teachers.
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My Aha Moments at ANEW15 Teacher Institute

Lisa Mayo, a teacher from Pennsylvania, recounts her participation in the Newseum Summer Teacher Institute and the ideas she’ll take back to the classroom.
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Energy, Ideas Abundant at Teacher Institutes

Creativity and collaborative learning prevailed at our two summer institutes, sponsored by Annenberg Learner, as teachers explored blending learning and media literacy.
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Guest Blog: Using Newspapers in the Classroom

Andy Cunningham, a middle school teacher in State College, Pa., shares his lesson plan on using newspapers to learn about the world and community.
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Winner of Survey Drawing

We Have a Winner

Sarah Harris from Washington, D.C., is the winner of a drawing among educators who completed a survey after visiting the Newseum.
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Wanted: Students to Advise NewseumED

We are seeking opinionated, engaging and informed middle and high school students to join our Newseum Student Advisory Team for the 2015-2016 school year.
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Participate Virtually in “Primarily Digital” Teacher Institutes

Summer Teacher Institute

You’re invited to participate virtually in two teacher institutes on media literacy being held in July at the Newseum.
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Living History with Mary Beth Tinker

Mary Beth Tinker joined Newseum Education staff in co-teaching a class on the First Amendment to students visiting from Oakton High School in Oakton, Va.
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