2020 CSJ Advanced Advising Workshop
Apply by March 1, 2020, to be one of the 25 high school media advisers to spend a week digging deeper into the possibilities of scholastic media. We're looking for advisers who know the basics and believe in student free expression. We hope to find a diverse group, representing urban, suburban and rural schools. We'll supply the experts to help you grow and learn how to take your students to the next level. We'll also supply travel expenses, on-campus housing and food, plus university CEUs/master's credit.
Questions? Contact Candace Perkins Bowen, workshop director,
Home Address: Street
Phone Number (indicate home/school/cell)
School Address: Street
Will you be teaching journalism/advising student media during the coming school year?
Other journalism background
Media/Publications Advised and Years Advising
Which categories describe you?
Asian or Asian American
American Indian or Alaska Native
Black or African American
Hispanic or Latino
Middle Eastern or North African
Native Hawaiian or Other Pactific Islander
Two or more races/ethnicities
Prefer not to disclose race/ethnicity
In which media skills do you feel proficient as a teacher?
Reporting/writing/editing across platforms
Design for print
Design for web
Desktop publishing (i.e. InDesign)
Web publishing (WordPress or similar)
Photography (both shooting and preparing for publication)
Graphics (infographics included)
Are the student media you advise subject to prior review or censorship by a school administrator? Please explain:
My takeaway goals from the workshop are:
It's most important that I learn the following from the workshop:
Important questions I would like addressed at the workshop are:
Equipment I could bring to the workshop include
Computer or tablet
Still camera or smartphone with camera
Video camera or smartphone with video
Recorder or smartphone recorder
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