Featured Lesson Plan:
How do we get our news? What stories do we see and which do we miss? How do we build a balanced news diet that includes reliable sources covering the world’s pressing, under-reported global stories?
Students explore such questions in this 90-minute workshop that guides them in analyzing how global issues connect to their local communities and identifying practical ways to bring more diverse news outlets and topics into their news routine.
Working with students this summer? Planning toward the start of the next school year? Email the Pulitzer Center education team to schedule a workshop with us or to get support in facilitating your own.
Join the Institute for Middle East Studies at the George Washington University for a one-day professional development workshop in Washington, DC, in which teachers will learn specific teaching strategies to engage contentious subjects in the classroom through inquiry-based learning activities led by pedagogy experts.
Also consider applying for a travel grant to the IMES "Intergrating Middle East Studies in the Curriculum" workshop to be held in Des Moines, Iowa August 13 - August 14. Application deadline: Friday, July 13.
New York City high school students wandered the boroughs practicing slow journalism as part of the Out of Lab Project.