#EdShift Chat: How Journalism Professors, Students Can Collaborate, Communicate Better

    by Lauren Simonis
    December 14, 2013
    Katy Culver (@kbculver) of the University of Wisconsin-Madison started the first #EdShift chat as part of the new EducationShift.

    How do students and professors work together and build community in journalism classrooms? The first #EdShift Twitter chat discussed tools and approaches that foster a collaborative environment.


    "Old school profs still stuck on lecturing from on high. We can learn as much from our students today as vice versa." [email protected]

    Lauren Simonis is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying Journalism and English. She is an intern for the EducationShift section at PBS MediaShift.

    Tagged: collaboration education journalism journalism education twitter

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