Northwest Scholastic Press

NSPA and JEA issue statement regarding keynote speaker at recent Seattle convention

April 30, 2012


Filed under JEA, Uncategorized

JEA and NSPA have just released a joint statement, to help clarify organizers' positions regarding the keynote address in Seattle. JEA and NSPA welcome their members and attendees to direct comments to furnas@ksu.edu and logan@studentpress.org. Statement by National Scholastic Press Association and Journalism Education Associatio...

Nancy Giuliani the Mother Teresa of Oregon scholastic journalism for decades

Nancy Giuliani the Mother Teresa of Oregon scholastic journalism for decades

Rob Melton

April 30, 2012


Filed under Uncategorized, WHO'S WHO IN OREGON SCHOLASTIC JOURNALISM

By Rob Melton Nancy Giuliani taught and advised journalism in Oregon for many years and has been a long time member of both JEA and OJEA. Active in both organizations, Nancy served as Oregon’s JEA State Director, following Annamae Livermore, for decades and she similarly was active at OJEA conventions and with t...

Dr. Kennedy recognized for teaching excellence, passion for working with students

Dr. Kennedy recognized for teaching excellence, passion for working with students

April 29, 2012


Filed under ABOUT NWSP, Uncategorized, WHO'S WHO IN OREGON SCHOLASTIC JOURNALISM

A Miami native, Karla Kennedy graduated from the University of Miami in 1988 with a degree in Communication and joined the Miami-Dade County public schools as a language arts and journalism teacher. She taught a variety of subjects, including journalism, television production, language arts, drama...

Join a live chat to improve your website, May 1 at 6 p.m. CDT

April 29, 2012


Filed under JEA, Uncategorized

It's not too late to tune in to the conversation. Click on the link here to read the transcript of the online session: http://nspa.coverpage.coveritlive.com/index2.php/option=com_altcaster/task=viewaltcast --Editor NSPA will host a live chat on CoverItLive, “Inspiration from the Online Pacem...

‘Cyberbullying being fueled by organizations that stand to gain from demonizing kids’ says SPLC Director

April 23, 2012


Filed under FIRST AMENDMENT, PRESS LAW, STUDENT PRESS LAW CENTER, Uncategorized

It is admirable that student journalists want to be opinion leaders on their campuses in the fight against bullying. Sticking up for vulnerable people who are victimized by powerful people is the foundational work of journalism. I hope that student journalists also will uniquely appreciate, and write...

SPLC joins forces to create realistic technology policies grounded in reality, not phobias

April 13, 2012


Filed under STUDENT PRESS LAW CENTER, Uncategorized

From The Desk Of Executive Director Frank LaMonte All, I know that many of you struggle with issues relating to the inability to use YouTube, Twitter, and other technological resources with which students are comfortable and to which they have access everywhere except the classroom. Having heard t...

How to follow the Seattle JEA/NSPA convention with the #hsjSEA hashtag, whether you are on Twitter or not

April 11, 2012


Filed under CONFERENCES, SOCIAL MEDIA, Uncategorized

How to follow the Seattle JEA/NSPA convention with the #hsjSEA hashtag, whether you are on Twitter or not Posted on JEA Digital Media on 11. Apr, 2012 by Aaron Manfull in Resources, Social Media, Tips, Workshops Not able to make it to Seattle but want to see what people there are talking about? Are y...

11 Commandments for an enthusiastic and ground-breaking team!

April 5, 2012


Filed under NW PERSPECTIVE, Uncategorized

11 COMMANDMENTS FOR AN ENTHUSIASTIC TEAM! 1. Help each other be right — not wrong. 2. Look for ways to make new ideas work — not for reasons they won’t. 3. If in doubt — check it out! Don’t make negative assumptions about each other. 4. Help each other win and take pride in each other’s ...