When we learn something new we like to share with others. With our journalism, we experiment with new forms and approaches while documenting what works, what doesn’t, and what might be helpful to others. We’ve created a series of media training guides that inform best practices around global reporting. We’ve also created a series of teaching guides for educators to explore the content of our projects with their students. All these guides are open-source and free-to-use.
Guides / Lesson Plans
A lesson plan that includes the GRC’s Turning Points
PBS NewsHour incorporated Muriel’s and William’s stories from Turning Points into one of its classroom lesson plans about the long-term effects of Native American boarding schools in the U.S.
Pulitzer Center lesson plan for the GRC’s America’s Medical Supply Crisis
Curricular resources (for middle school and older) developed by the Pulitzer Center that include a lesson plan and viewing guide for the documentary.
Guides / Behind the Scenes
Tracing the story
See behind the story with the TRACE Prize for Investigative Reporting and the Global Reporting Centre’s TRACE Education Series. Learn from the experiences of investigative journalists working on TRACE award-winning stories from start to impact.
Guides / Solutions
- Fixing Fixers Handbook (coming soon)
- Empowerment Journalism Media Guide (coming soon)
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