New Product: Goodheart Willcox’s Journalism: Publishing Across Media for Texas Proclamation 2020

Is your district looking for a digital program to support Journalism? Take a look at Learning List’s reviews of Goodheart-Willcox’s Journalism: Publishing Across Media!

Goodheart-Willcox’s Journalism: Publishing Across Media is intended for the high school Journalism course. This fully digital program supports students as they learn and apply key journalism skills. Students read relevant background information about key journalism topics, such as ethics, writing headlines, and conducting interviews.

Learning List’s reviewers highlighted, as a strength of this program, the material’sfocus on actively engaging students in the practice of journalism as they learn key journalism skills. Assignments frequently require students to collaborate with each other, and stories about professional reporters encourage students to make real-world connections.

Read Learning List’s full editorial review to learn more about the program’s rigor and Spec Sheet review to find out whether the material will work with your district’s technology.

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About Goodheart Willcox*

In 1921, William Goodheart and Charles D. Willcox, and others, came together to start a company to publish Dyke’s Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encyclopedia that had been previously self-published by the author, Mr. A. L. Dyke. Little did they know this small publishing company would grow up to become The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc., a leader in career and technical education (CTE).

Today’s Goodheart-Willcox (G-W) publishes both print and digital textbooks while also producing online courses and other instructional resources that provide a complete classroom solution. With subject-appropriate titles for middle school, high school, higher education, and professional training, G-W is recognized as a go-to source for career and technical education content.

*Information in this section is provided by or adapted from Goodheart-Willcox.