“Authentic, meaningful, and passion-driven, Ed Madison masterfully demonstrates the power of journalism as an engaging learning experience. A thoughtful and practical guide to implementing journalistic learning in schools.”

 

Yong Zhao, Elected Fellow,

International Academy for Education

"Ed Madison explains why the  journalistic methods of verifying and clarifying information can motivate students to learn nearly anything. His well-sourced book is full of the practical exercises and technology tips that can set free the power of  journalistic learning. A must-read for anyone who cares about education.”

 

Eric Newton, Innovation Chief,

Walter Cronkite School of Journalism,

Arizona State University

"Ed Madison provides teachers with tangible strategies for using  journalism to meet new standards while inspiring students to take ownership of their education.”

 

Linda Darling-Hammond,

 Stanford University

“Teaching  journalism principles has never been more necessary and more integral into the work of all teachers.  Ed Madison has spent time with leaders in journalism education and provides a great synthesis of ideas from the front lines.  Anyone who loves teaching nonfiction reading and writing across media will love this book.”

 

William Kist,  Associate Professor,

Kent State University

“Dr. Madison’s important book takes us beyond the buzz to the substance and power of engagement through journalistic learning. Grounded in research and practice, he provides insight and guidance to educators struggling to make the world of narrative expression important and relevant to today’s students.”

 

Jason Ohler, Author of many books, articles and web resources devoted to media and digital literacy

Newsworthy provides educators with specific journalistic learning strategies to achieve positive outcomes that engage students in new ways.