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This pledge of professional integrity includes a description and an example of plagiarism.

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Grading can be the toughest part of the job. Here's an idea: Let the students help.

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Ever struggle with gremlins in your stories? This exercise helps teach students that what you get isn’t always what you see.

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Examining the work of other editors can sharpen your students' skills.

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Editors must be able to go beyond forming an opinion based on solid information. They must also be able to speak up and share that opinion. Toward that end, let�s put on a show!

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Copy editors play a key role in making sure that coverage is diverse and fair. Here's how that can start in the classroom.

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A lot of campuses have programs for exchange student program. Here’s an idea for an editing exchange program.

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Everyone is their own first editor, and it can be the hardest job of all. This exercise will give your students practice editing themselves.

DOWNLOADS: An editing journal

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What’s happening in the world? What should we be covering? What’s a good story? Here are three exercises designed to help students start to think like the gatekeepers they’ll become.

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Field trips to newsrooms or job shadowing give students a peek into their possible futures – and reinforces what you’re telling them in the classroom. Here are two approaches.

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Take a break from the usual editing assignment with song lyrics that could stand an edit or two.

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