Take a look at our 2020-2021 course descriptions and you’ll see a new course listed for this year, New Digital Media and Investigative Journalism. What does that mean for our students? It means an in-depth exploration of crafting an interview, learning how to plan a podcast, and writing a blog.
Today, blogging is more than a stream of conciousness, it sharpens brain performance and prepares students for digital citizenship.
On our Massachusetts campus, students chose a topic of personal interest to research, investigate and create a blog to share.
TAKE A LOOK AT STUDENT WORK.
Danylo S., focusing on electric cars – https://evfuture.tumblr.com/
Sam F., is spotlighting current college football players.
Peyton S., focusing on veterans issues – https://peytonspringfield21.blogspot.com/
Ava B., focusing on positive natural living.
Holt B., focusing on the making of his favorite music – https://holtbblog.weebly.com/
Sarah A., focusing on vegetarian eco-friendly living – https://sarahap0nte.wixsite.com/burstofsarahtonin
Sam T., focusing on helping athletes to have a good social media presence – https://samswinchblog.weebly.com/