New York Times In Education Instructional Strategy by Barrett Bonella

Knowing how to properly research is a skill that a journalist picks up over time. Barrett Bonella, a professor at Weber State University, is attempting to teach her students how to become informed consumers in her Social Work Research course. In an entire paper, her students compare a popular scientific finding and a New York Times article on the same subject, with the goal of realizing different biases and gaining an understanding of what information they can rely on and trust. Here , The New York Times in Education spotlights her strategy and plenty of other valuable strategies, available for anyone to read through on their site!

Sayo Akao is a senior at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication. As a student worker in the News Co/Lab, Akao is assisting the team to create positive change in news literacy through a variety of different approaches.


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