Global News literacy: The Educator

Country
United States of America
Language
English
Source
Chapter prepared for “News literacy: Global perspectives for the newsroom and the classroom”
Author
Stephen D. Reese

In teaching global news literacy educators face a complex but engaging subject, but have at their disposal a array of teaching strategies ideally suited to the task. By engaging students in their own deep reflection about news media issues, using materials particular to their interest and cultural setting, this approach is readily adaptable to any cultural context. It engages students, facilitates active learning, and gives them greater appreciation of how their experience fits into the larger framework of global news.

http://journalism.utexas.edu/sites/journalism.utexas.edu/files/attachments/reese/educator-chapter-final.pdf
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Global News literacy: The Educator

Country
国际
Language
英语
Source
Chapter prepared for “News literacy: Global perspectives for the newsroom and the classroom”
Author
Stephen D. Reese

In teaching global news literacy educators face a complex but engaging subject, but have at their disposal a array of teaching strategies ideally suited to the task. By engaging students in their own deep reflection about news media issues, using materials particular to their interest and cultural setting, this approach is readily adaptable to any cultural context. It engages students, facilitates active learning, and gives them greater appreciation of how their experience fits into the larger framework of global news.

http://journalism.utexas.edu/sites/journalism.utexas.edu/files/attachments/reese/educator-chapter-final.pdf
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Global News literacy: The Educator

Country
Internacional
Language
Inglés
Source
Chapter prepared for “News literacy: Global perspectives for the newsroom and the classroom”
Author
Stephen D. Reese

In teaching global news literacy educators face a complex but engaging subject, but have at their disposal a array of teaching strategies ideally suited to the task. By engaging students in their own deep reflection about news media issues, using materials particular to their interest and cultural setting, this approach is readily adaptable to any cultural context. It engages students, facilitates active learning, and gives them greater appreciation of how their experience fits into the larger framework of global news.

http://journalism.utexas.edu/sites/journalism.utexas.edu/files/attachments/reese/educator-chapter-final.pdf
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Global News literacy: The Educator

Country
دُوَلِيّ
Language
الإنجليزية
Source
Chapter prepared for “News literacy: Global perspectives for the newsroom and the classroom”
Author
Stephen D. Reese

In teaching global news literacy educators face a complex but engaging subject, but have at their disposal a array of teaching strategies ideally suited to the task. By engaging students in their own deep reflection about news media issues, using materials particular to their interest and cultural setting, this approach is readily adaptable to any cultural context. It engages students, facilitates active learning, and gives them greater appreciation of how their experience fits into the larger framework of global news.

http://journalism.utexas.edu/sites/journalism.utexas.edu/files/attachments/reese/educator-chapter-final.pdf
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