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Does News Find Me?

Posted on July 20, 2023

How do we, as educators, help our students decipher when, where, how, and what news finds us? Through this dive into social media algorithms, educators learn ways in which news is populated so that we can engage students in ways to actively seek out relevant issues and explore a variety of sources rather than relying […] Continue »


Your Learning Neighborhood Webinars

We Are What We Read

Posted on July 20, 2023

Help your students develop a critical eye in examining the news and information they read. By understanding journalistic ethics and how stories are produced, students can be more aware of what they are reading and more capable of making informed decisions. Educators are encouraged to reflect on the presented content to identify ways to integrate […] Continue »


Your Learning Neighborhood Webinars

How to Offer Meaningful Grief Support in a Virtual Setting

Posted on April 27, 2022

Just because we’ve gotten used to Zoom meetings and FaceTime coffee dates doesn’t mean we know how to foster meaningful interactions in these virtual environments. Whether you’re running a grief support group or trying to show up for a grieving friend, there are ways to facilitate these experiences from a distance. Experts share ideas for how to create authentic engagement and provide support from a distance as well as how to honor deceased loved ones through virtual memorials. Continue »


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Best Practices for Simple Video Filming and Editing

Posted on April 5, 2021

WPSU producers share their expertise on filming and editing simple videos to enhance your classroom experiences. These how-to videos will help you create engaging videos for your classroom, and learn basic techniques for editing videos to post online. Continue »