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Poynter’s TEACHAPALOOZA JUNE 20-22, 2014
St. Petersburg, Florida
Catch up: Power Up, Re-Ignite Your Passion for Teaching

Totally new sessions and content from 2013

APPLY NOW: seating limited to 100: we love it when teams from the same school attend together.

http://about.poynter.org/training/in-person/djed-14

contact Al Tompkins for information: atompkins@poynter.org

 
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Sunday, June 22 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Sensemaking: Teach Students to Make Sense of Data/ Teach Students to Visualize Data

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avatar for Katy Culver

Katy Culver

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Journalism & Mass Communication
Kathleen Culver–Assistant Professor and Associate Director, Center for Journalism Ethics, University of Wisconsin – Madison | Katy is one of TEACHAPALOOZA’s founding faculty and every year teaches brand new material for us. Katy is a thought-leader when it comes to how to use technology in the classroom. Her students write, edit, blog, tweet, skype and inhale journalism. | | Katy Culver currently serves on the faculty of the... Read More →
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Sara Quinn

Sara Quinn teaches visual journalism, leadership and multimedia. She leads Poynter’s college fellowship and its partnerships with universities. Sara direced Poynter’s EyeTrack research of newspaper, tablet and online reading habits, which helps journalists determine the best forms for storytelling.  Before joining the faculty in 2003, Sara spent nearly 20 years working in newspaper newsrooms, including the Sarasota... Read More →


Sunday June 22, 2014 9:00am - 10:30am
Barnes Auditorium

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