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WJEA SU,,ER P.D. BLITZ: Aug. 10-14, 2020 REGISTER FOR SESSIONS HERE
WJEA is pleased to offer a choice of professional development options for members who would like to improve skills or just need to recharge among fellow student media advisers before school (in whatever form) begins. The cost is $10 per hour, with most sessions lasting two hours. Clock hours are available as an option (STEM hour are indicated) for $4 per hour. Once you have filled out and submitted this registration form, you will be sent an invoice for your registration fee, which can be paid online, either by you or your district. Clock hours will be on a separate invoice that must be paid by you and not your school, as required by the state Superintendent's office.
Washington Journalism Education Association: A 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to providing support and professional opportunities for advisers of student media in Washington state schools. WJEA is a designated Clock Hour provider by the state Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Name (first, last)
Your email address (if school email, it must not block attachments)
Please indicate answers which apply to you
I am a member of WJEA and my membership is current
My WJEA membership has lapsed, but please include dues on my invoice so the lower session fee applies
I am not a member of WJEA and prefer not to join at this time
I am not a member of WJEA, but please include the $40 membership on my invoice and charge the lower rate per session
I wish to earn clock hours for all sessions ($4 per hour). I understand that this will be invoiced separately and must paid by me, not my school..
Your mailing address (Street or P.O, City + ZIP)
Cell phone number
School name and address
Register for your choice of ZOOM sessions below. Registration fee is $10 per hour, with most sessions scheduled for 2 hours. Fees are non-refundable if participant can't attend, but may be applied to a future WJEA event or professional development opportunity. If WJEA is forced to cancel, fees will be refunded. You will be sent a digital invoice with your total.
Broadcast journalism instruction at a distance (MONDAY, Aug. 10; noon-2 p.m.)
Washington's 'New Voices' law: What teachers must know (MONDAY, Aug. 10; 2-4 p.m.)
An adviser's guide to teaching Copy Editing and AP Style (TUESDAY, Aug. 11; noon-2 p.m.)
Photojournalism primer for the new publication adviser (WEDNESDAY, Aug. 12; noon-2 p.m.
Skills, not Scores: Are you teaching skills or is your staff just running around the school gathering quotes? (WEDNESDAY, Aug. 12; 2-4 p.m.
An adviser's guide to journalism competitions: what judges are looking for and how to prepare your students (THURSDAY, Aug. 13; 12-1 p.m.)
New adviser Q/A: Ask a panel of seasoned advisers your questions about the challenges unique to advising a student media program (THURSDAY, 8/13; 1-2 p.m.)
Roundtable troubleshooting session for teachers who advise photography for publication (FRIDAY, Aug. 14; noon-2 p.m.)
A Seat at the Table: Covering diversity in your school does not mean telling stories about race (FRIDAY, Aug. 14; 2-4 p.m.)
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Thank you for registering for the WJEA Summer PD BLITZ!
Your invoice will arrive within 48 hours. Please pay upon receipt or provide a purchase order from your school. If you need to ask a question needing an immediate answer, please contact Kathy Schrier:
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