With HSBJ’s support, schools, teachers and students receive the information, training and resources needed to create and run successful radio, television and online multimedia programs.
The REALLY? curriculum.
Sources, Verification and Credibility is an interactive online course gives your students the tools to evaluate the credibility of what they read, see and hear – and what to ask before you pass along any information. It’s was put together for RTDNF by veteran journalism adviser Candace Bowen who is now at the Center for Scholastic Journalism at Kent State University.
Your students could win $1,000 for themselves, plus $1,000 for your class in our new, year-end video PSA Contest. Check it out.
Teachers in LA and NYC can take advantage of this four-day training opportunity to learn hands-on camera work, script writing and digital editing.
We are so grateful to all the students and advisers who worked so hard on our REALLY? PSA entries. They showed real understanding of how to find the truth in the deluge of information from our cell phones, computers, TVs, radios; newspapers, magazines yes, and even best friends.
This is our final project for the Robert R. McCormick Foundation. Our thanks to them for many years of support. Thanks also to our REALLY? News Literacy Team: Award-winning Journalism Educator Carol Lange, and Candace Bowen and John Bowen of Kent State University and Veteran Journalist Wally Dean of the Committee of Concerned Journalists. Special thanks to Al Tompkins of the Poynter Institute who developed our REALLY? webinar and to the staffers at SchoolTube, who have produced all the video contests for the RTDNF High School Broadcast Journalism Project.
Oak Harbor High School, Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Students: Jenna Chiaraluce, Xana Gilman, Denae McGaha
Adviser: Chris Douthitt
Fort Mill High School, Fort Mill, SC
Students: Ryan Long, Mark Caponigro, Sawyer Bengston
Adviser: Karin McKemey
World Journalism Prepatory School, Flushing, NY
Students: Gabby Cestone, Abigail Bogle
Adviser: Melissa RobinsonMiddle School Winner ‘Finding the Truth’
Amherst Middle School, Amherst, NY
Students: Brian Zapfel, Tom Greco
Adviser Rob Zdrojewski
-- Carol Knopes
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