Teachapalooza VII (June 2017)
5/30/17: Registration is now closed. Please email us at email@example.com with any questions.
Teachapalooza is the place to catch up, power up and re-ignite your passion for teaching. Join us June 2-4, 2017, at the Poynter campus in St. Petersburg, Fla., for three fast-paced days of relevant, cut-to-the-chase learning for journalism educators.
This year, our lineup includes Pulitzer Prize winner David Fahrenthold, a political reporter for The Washington Post honored for “persistent reporting that created a model for transparent journalism in political campaign coverage while casting doubt on Donald Trump’s assertions of generosity toward charities.” We will also be offering a special event with Fahrenthold on Thursday, June 1. To receive updates about that event, please fill out this form.
Teachapalooza will get you up-to-date on the technology and trends that shape journalism, show you the latest ways educators are using innovation in their classrooms and focus on data storytelling and new storytelling platforms. Even more, you’ll join a lasting community of journalism educators who share your passion for shaping the next generation of journalists.
At Teachapalooza you’ll learn:
- How newsrooms are using social media, and how you can teach with these tools
- Fact-checking and fake news detectors
- The latest on drones, virtual reality and 360-video
We will inspire your teaching with our Show and Share sessions taught by YOU, the participants who share the coolest new ideas you are trying out in your classrooms.
Who Will Benefit:
College educators who teach journalism, communication, advertising, public relations, television, radio, online and social media classes.
You will learn from several guest speakers and faculty, including Poynter’s own:
Al Tompkins, Senior Faculty, Broadcast and Online
Kristen Hare, Local News Innovation Reporter for Poynter.org
Alexios Mantzarlis, Director/Editor, International Fact-Checking Network
Kelly McBride, Vice President
For more information and updates about this program’s faculty members, a preview of the schedule, teaching tools, and more, please visit us here:
The cost of the seminar is $299. Your seminar lunches are not included and are $12 each, including tax and tip for a total of $36. In your acceptance letter, after you apply, we’ll send you a link to pay online for the tuition and lunches.
The hotel is not included in the price of the seminar. For the purposes of budgeting, the hotels nearby (we’ll send you a link to book in your acceptance letter) charge about $130 per night, plus tax. Other meals and incidentals are on your own dime.
Special pricing is available for this seminar
- Some of our members receive discounts on Poynter training. Not a member yet? Learn more about our Poynter Prepared Membership Program and find the plan that’s right for you.
Questions about the program? Please email Andrew DeLong at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (727) 553-4704.
This program is sponsored by:
Reporter, The Washington Post
Assistant Professor and Associate Director, Center for Journalism Ethics, University of Wisconsin - Madison
CEO, Midroll Media
President & Co-founder, FlyMotion Unmanned Systems
Vice President of News Narratives, Fusion
Senior Lecturer, Photojournalism, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, University of Georgia
Journalist and Media Technologist
Lecturer, Philip Merrill College of Journalism, University of Maryland College Park, MD
Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, Augustana College