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How to Make Passion Projects During Distance Learning

by Vicki Davis

Don Goble created a passion project for him and his students during distance learning. He tells the story of how he brought leading media experts from around the country into his classroom during the time students were staying home during the pandemic.

How to Make Passion Projects During Distance Learning

Listen to Don Goble Share How He and His Students Interviewed News Media from Around the World


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Don Goble – Bio as Submitted

Don Goble is an award-winning Multimedia Instructor at Ladue High School in St. Louis, MO. Don advises https://www.lhstv.net and has published numerous digital media resources for students and educators all over the world. Don is an Apple Distinguished Educator who speaks internationally at education conferences, conventions, and provides in-person/virtual professional development workshops and webinars, offering educators innovative ways to incorporate video, multimedia, and media literacy into the classroom.

The National Journalism Education Association named Don as their Broadcast Adviser of the Year 2015. Connect with Don at https://www.dongoble.com or on Twitter @dgoble2001.

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