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AEJMC Teaching Help

Master Class: Teaching Advice for JMC Professors

The following provides links and documents to help you in teaching whatever mass communication class you’re instructing. If there is something here you can’t find, please drop teaching chair Chris Roush a note at croush@email.unc.edu, and he’ll try to help you.

 

SYLLABUSES

ASSIGNMENTS

From the University of Minnesota:

  • Journalism 310 |
    Evaluation of columnists’ writing (Southern Illinois University)
  • Journalism 3173 |
    Scenario assignment for male and female students
  • Journalism 5606W |
    Class review
  • Journalism 5606W |
    Focus on symbolic qualities of observed experience
  • Journalism 5606W |
    Analysis about distinctiveness, difference, and culture
  • Journalism 5606W |
    Questions prompting students for their analyses
  • Journalism 5606W | Memoir
    Analysis of an episode in students’ lives
  • From SchoolJournalism.org:
  • From Mindy McAdams at the University of Florida on teaching online journalism:
  • From the AEJMC Public Relations Division:
  • From PublicRelationsMatters.com:
  • From the American Marketing Association:

RUBRICS

From the University of Minnesota:

  • Journalism 310 |
    Guidelines involving veracity, clarity, grammar, attribution, and quality of the lead and the closing (Southern Illinois University)
  • Journalism 3173 |
    Criteria to guide student work and evaluation of peers
  • Journalism 3173 | Guidelines for Critiquing Magazine Articles
    Criteria to assess the quality and efficacy of magazine articles
  • A video project rubric:
  • Public relations student assessment and rubric tool, from the University of Florida:
  • Grading rubric for public relations campaigns class:
  • Grading rubric for advertising campaigns final project:

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

TEACHING CONTEST IDEAS/WINNERS

  • Great Ideas for Teachers: http://minqv.icu/home/2010/11/giftbooklets/
  • The elected Committee on Teaching Standards offers the “Best Practices in Teaching” series booklets. The booklets are created using the winning entries from the AEJMC Best Practices in Teaching Competition. Booklets are distributed at the Teaching Panel Sessions at past AEJMC Conferences. The booklets can be found here:

MASTER CLASS

MASTER CLASS: Teaching Advice for Journalism and Mass Communication Instructors
From the AEJMC Elected Standing Committee on Teaching Edited by Chris Roush

About the Book

番茄红包扫雷软件 In Master Class: Teaching Advice for Journalism and Mass Communication Instructors, members of the AEJMC Elected Standing Committee on Teaching take readers behind the scenes to explain the teaching strategies, preparation tips, exercises, and project ideas that have, in many cases, earned them university and national teaching awards. It is designed to benefit everyone from instructors-in-training who are about to teach their first class to more experienced professors who are looking for ways to freshen their approach in the classroom.

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