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Beginning teachers require special help to ensure that they get off to a good start, say these writers, who cite six areas they feel are particularly important.
Implementation is a separate component of the curriculum action cycle and involves more than a workshop for staff members. It suggests considerable interaction between the creators and the implementors.
If high school journalism courses are to survive and prosper, says this writer, state departments of education, college officials, school administrators, and journalism teachers all must cooperate. He looks at why and how on the following pages.
How can a principal ensure that a quality student publications program—where students can learn to deal responsibly with serious topics—exists in his or her school?
Outlined here is the framework used by one school district to provide principals with instructional supervision training.
Journalism training encompasses training in a wide variety of skills, according to this writer, who looks at those skills, and offers suggestions for improving journalism courses.
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