Christian Radio for a Hurting World
Christian radio stations based on educational campuses can help train broadcast journalism students while at the same time sharing the good news of the gospel. The history and experience of KJCR at Southwestern Union College in Texas is shared in this article.
CNN's website includes information on the latest news around the world, sports, weather, etc. Also available are Asia and Europe editions.
Dulce Neto - Dialogue with an Adventist Journalist in Portugal
Neto discusses her journalism career, how she manages not working on the Sabbath, advice she has for Adventists thinking of a career in journalism, and other topics.
Guiding Students Through the World Wide Web
This article shares tips and things students and teachers need to know about the internet for academic writing. It includes a source evaluation rubric, and helpful discussion of problems in selecting quality information sources online.
Humberto M. Rasi - Dialogue with the Founder of this Journal
"As Dialogue’s former chief editor
(1989-2007), I remember the long
hours devoted to this publication
as a worthwhile investment."
Grade 7-Grade 12
HyperStudio is an extremely popular authoring program that is used worldwide. It offers many built-in features and functions, including color, laser disc, and CD-ROM support, animation, scrolling, and exporting to the Web.
JAE Editorial: By Beholding We are Changed
Introducing an issue featuring genre studies in writing, this editorial provides an overview of the articles sharing practical applications in Adventist classrooms at various levels. Article titles include:
Living with Fibromyalgia
What does a diagnosis of fibromyalgia mean? Is there hope that things will get better? Filmmakers Daneen Akers and Stephen Eyer asked these questions when Daneen's mother was diagnosed with fibromyalgia several years ago. After watching their family search...
Grade 3-Grade 12
This service supports media education in the home, school and community. It provides Canadians and others with information and "food for thought" on our fast-evolving media culture.
Microsoft Publisher performs a wide variety of choices from creating a business card or flyer to producing a newspaper. The program requires less learning time than a program such as QuarkXPress or PageMaker, but it is more complicated than The Children's Writing and Publishing Center or Imagination! Express.
National Archives: The Digital Classroom
Grade 5-Grade 12
Encourages teachers of students at all levels to use archival documents in the classroom. The Digital Classroom provides materials from the National Archives and methods for teaching with primary sources.
PageMaker gives advanced users the ability to produce professional documents quickly. The program uses an intuitive electronic pasteboard that enables you to lay out and view text and graphics easily on a page. Several templates and pre-designed publications come with it.
Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL)
Purdue University's online writing lab (OWL) is an invaluable tool for upper level English teachers and EFL/ESL teachers. There are many worksheets, style guides, and other writing helps available.
School Newspaper Trains Future Editors and Reporters
Lloyd Lyles shares how an active school newspaper program can provide enrichment and teach students more than journalism skills.
Society of Adventist Communicators - SAC
Join The Society of Adventist Communicators, an organization committed to networking Seventh-day Adventist communication professionals, primarily in North America, who work in the communication industry as writers, editors, videographers, web designers,...
The New York Times - Lesson Plans
The Learning Network of The New York Times creates lesson plans linked to current news. Their online archive is searchable by keyword, subject and grades 6-12. Categories include American history, civics, current events, economics, fine arts, geography, global...
What's New? Twenty Tips for Using the Newspaper in Your Classroom
Grade 5-Grade 10
Is there a readily available, inexpensive resource teachers can use to perk up daily lessons? Elaine Hardt presents twenty practical, easy to use activities that show how teachers can use the newspaper in their classroom, integrating subjects such as reading,...
World Youth News
Grade 9-Grade 12
World Youth News is an international youth news service first launched by iEARN and the Daniel Pearl Foundation. It intends to foster global understanding and collaboration through student journalism.