Now in its 12th year, Teachapalooza is the place for college journalism educators to catch up, power up and reignite their passion for teaching. Join us online or in-person at Poynter’s campus in St. Petersburg, Florida for three fast-paced days of relevant, cut-to-the-chase learning for journalism educators. Our plan is to bring you fresh, practical and specific teaching — exactly what you have come to expect from Teachapalooza.
For the first time, we will also host a one-day, pre-Teachapalooza workshop to dive deeper into infusing diversity, equity and inclusion in your teaching. Diversity Across the Curriculum will take place Thursday, June 9; you can apply for the pre-event workshop here and indicate you will also come to Teachapalooza to get a $100 discount.
Space is very limited for in-person programs. Please register as soon as you know you’re coming to St. Pete!
Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, the New York Times reporters who won a Pulitzer for breaking the Harvey Weinstein scandal and helping ignite the #MeToo movement, will Zoom in as Teacha’s keynote speakers. They wrote a companion volume to their book “She Said,” a guide for student journalists who want to pursue a career in investigative journalism — and everyone who comes to Teacha will get a copy.
Teachapalooza alumni have come to rely on this community of teachers and its yearly meeting to help them navigate challenges, reconvene with friends and refuel with ideas for the coming academic year. Once you attend, you’ll find that the Teachapalooza community supports you every step of the way.
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