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EDClasses & Training

Find information about free standards-aligned workshops for students visiting the Newseum, plus virtual classes, professional development for teachers and adult team building programs. *Classes and workshops are booked for groups of at least 12 people. We do not offer classes and workshops for individuals.*

  • Newseum Learning Center

    Fighting Fake News — Educators Workshop

    Arm your students with the skills they need to strike a balance between cynic and sucker as they navigate a media landscape where real and fake sometimes look all too similar.

    This class is for:

    • Educators
  • Newseum Learning Center

    Who's Afraid of Fake News? Responding to Misleading Media

    Even if your students can spot fake news, what should they do about it? Explore the real consequences of this phenomenon and how you can help your students shape the reach and impact of fake news. (In beta testing for 2017-2018 school year.)

    This class is for:

    • Educators
  • Online and/or Newseum Learning Center

    Navigating NewseumED

    In this hands-on introduction to our website, you'll learn how to find primary sources, videos, lessons and interactives to support your learning objectives in the classroom or on a field trip.

    This class is for:

    • Educators
  • Newseum Learning Center

    Media Ethics for Educators

    Educators learn about the principles of ethical journalism — and how to teach them to your students — in this case-study-based professional development workshop.

    This class is for:

    • Educators
  • Newseum Learning Center and/or Documentary Theater

    The Cold War: The Media and the Message

    In studying the U.S. government's use of technology to shape public opinion and policy in this era, educators gain tools for teaching persuasion techniques.

    This class is for:

    • Educators
  • Newseum Learning Center and/or Documentary Theater

    Reporting the Civil War

    Educators learn about the role of technology in shaping news coverage and public perception of the Civil War, and the evolution of professional journalism.

    This class is for:

    • Educators

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EDTools

Incorporate NewseumED resources in your classroom or enrich your research project with rare, hi-res primary sources.

EDCollections

Dive into specially curated collections of primary sources and lessons on civil rights, women's suffrage and more.

EDIdeas

Respond to breaking news and find new ways to teach standard topics with tips from NewseumED staff.

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