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Julie Dodd, UF professor and Christine Eschenfelder, Ph.D. student at UF present their research paper

Research presentations highlight technology use in high school media classes

by Casey Kochey Photos by Judy Robinson The first speaker of the afternoon research session is Kevin Hull, a PhD student at the University of Florida. Kevin presented his research on “Using Facebook in Classrooms.”  To study possible applications of Facebook in the high school classroom, Kevin created a business Facebook page for his class […]

rowers on Iowa River

Quill & Scroll faces challenges of economy and technology

Brightly colored leaves. Temperatures that required de-icing the plane. I knew I wasn’t in Gainesville this weekend. I was at the University of Iowa for the annual meeting of the Quill & Scroll board of trustees. Q&S, an international high school journalism honorary, strives to promote high caliber publication and individual performance. Much of our […]

Field trips — a highlight for students and teachers

FSPA Executive Director Judy Robinson encouraged high school journalism teachers and students attending the FSPA District 2 workshop to start making plans now to attend the FSPA convention in April in Tampa. Field trips can be one of the most inspiring aspects of the school year for students and teachers. But school districts are making […]