Back to School Special: Remix Series

    by Kathleen Bartzen Culver
    September 1, 2016
    Photo by Flickr user Richard Ha and used here under Creative Commons license.

    Looking to inject some new ideas into your digital media classes this semester? EducationShift is the right destination for you!

    For the next two weeks, EdShift will run installments of its Remix series. Remix is a segment of education content on MediaShift, featuring interesting and innovative assignments, courses and curricula. Academics detail their ideas and work and, where possible, provide links and materials, so other educators can adapt them in their own programs. If the series helps you move your own class forward, consider writing a piece of your own down the road for others to Remix right back.

    Series Posts

    5 Tips for Managing a Year-Long Student Journalism Project, by Kate Nash Cunningham


    Building Story-Finding Skills, by Peg Achterman

    Teaching an Immersive, Summer Code Camp, by Cindy Royal

    Snapchat in the Classroom, by Jonathan Zmikly


    How Scavenger Hunts Help Train Reporters to Hustle, by Stacy Forster

    Big Data in a Little City, by Megan Fromm

    How and Why to Teach Solutions Journalism, by Kathryn Thier

    There’s a Journalism App for That, by Nicole Kraft

    Past Remix Posts

    11 Ways to Integrate Social Media into J-School Classes, by Kelly Fincham

    How Breakfast Can Help Your Students Understand Data, by Jodie Gil

    How to Really Teach Students to Engage Communities, by Rebecca Blatt

    How to Create a Social Media & Analytics Class, by Dale Blasingame

    How to Start Teaching Sensor Journalism, by Amy Schmitz Weiss

    Search more Remix

    Tagged: code data sensor journalism social media solutions journalism tools

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