Teaching Corner: Tips from the AEJMC Teaching Committee

Articles explore teaching topics of interest to journalism educators. These articles, written by members of the elected Committee on Teaching Standards, were featured in past issues of AEJMC News, the association newsletter.

September 2014 ArticleEnroll in Online Courses to Improve Teaching Skills • By Leslie-Jean Thornton, Arizona State University

July 2014 ArticleMontreal: The Best Programming on Teaching at an AEJMC Conference • By Linda Aldoory, University of Maryland

March 2014 ArticleRewarding Good Teaching • By Karen Miller Russell, University of Georgia

January 2014 ArticleLetting Online Students Know You’re There • By Susan Keith, Rutgers University

November 2013 ArticleIncorporating Diversity into Course Curricula • By Anita Fleming-Rife, University of Northern Colorado

September 2013 ArticleTransformation Involves Collaboration • By Charles Davis, University of Georgia

July 2013 ArticleWhat are your TLOs for DC? • By Amy Falkner, Syracuse University

March 2013 ArticleThe Effective Use of Guest Speakers • By Chris Roush, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

January 2013 ArticleIncorporating Websites and Blogs into Your Curriculum • By Chris Roush, University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

November 2012 ArticleTweet up with Your Colleagues  • By Amy Falkner, Syracuse University

September 2012 ArticleHow to Live on 24 Hours a Day • By Birgit Wassmuth, Kennesaw State University

July 2012 ArticleContinuing AEJMC’s Mission 100 Years Later • By Jennifer Greer, Chair, University of Alabama

March 2012 Article“The Doctors Are In” Slated for Chicago Convention • By Charles Davis, University of Missouri

January 2012 ArticleIncorporating “Diversity” into Course Curricula and Class Discussions • By Linda Aldoory, University of Maryland

November 2011 ArticleFun in the Classroom? Seriously, Here’s How • By Amy P. Falkner, Syracuse University

September 2011 ArticleThwarting Trouble: Creating an ethical foundation through a good syllabus and meaningful conversation • By Bonnie J. Brownlee, Indiana University

July 2011 ArticleAEJMC Plenary — Grade inflation: Does ‘B’ stand for ‘Bad’? • By Sheri Broyles, University of North Texas

March 2011 ArticleStudent Attendance: Being Present for the Teaching Moment • By Birgit Wassmuth, Kennesaw State University

January 2011 ArticleTop 10 Tips for Great Mentoring • By Debashis “Deb” Aikat, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

November 2010 ArticleFollow the Syllabus • By Marianne Barrett, Arizona State University

September 2009 ArticleHow to turn an Intellectual Property “incident” into a teaching moment • By Birgit Wassmuth, Kennesaw State University

July 2009 ArticleHoning your teaching skills using the 2009 convention teaching committee sponsored sessions • By Jennifer Greer, University of Alabama

May 2009 ArticleHelping your students beyond the classroom • By Jennifer Greer, University of Alabama

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