Arts, Journalism, and Justice, and Media, Misinformation, and the Pandemic Fall Teacher Fellowship Units, Pulitzer Center

Posted by Pulitzer Center on February 2, 2021

This past fall, 23 educators from 22 cities across the U.S. formed the inaugural Pulitzer Center Teacher Fellow cohort. Twelve fellows in the Arts, Journalism, and Justice track introduced underreported stories to their students through original units that engaged with reporting and creative storytelling to highlight justice issues. Eleven fellows in the Media, Misinformation, and the Pandemic track introduced media literacy skills and global news stories on the underreported impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic through debates, interviews, research projects, creative writing, and more.

Please join us in celebrating these educators, who wrote, facilitated, and evaluated units for over 800 students in grades 4–12 to support diverse curricula ranging from Economics to Human Geography and from Statistics to Language Arts. Click below to explore the fellows’ units, each of which includes lesson plans, teaching materials, evaluation rubrics, and evidence of student work.

Arts, Journalism, and Justice Units

Media, Misinformation, and the Pandemic Units

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