Journalism & Digital Education Roundup, December 10, 2013

    by Julie Keck
    December 10, 2013

    1. 80 percent of MOOC students already have a college degree (Jimmy Daly / EdTech Higher Ed)

    2. Code.org’s ‘Hour of Code’ brings computer science into the classroom (Tony Wan / Edutopia)

    3. Deadlines approaching for 2014 journalism fellowships, internships (Anna Li / Poynter)


    4. Opinion: We need coding in schools, but where are the teachers? (Sheena Vaidyanathan / EdSurge)

    5. Contest: Students, create your own #MyZeitgeist multimedia about what happened in the world this year (sponsored by PBS NewsHour & Google, powered by Meograph)



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