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Promoting Interactive Media Pathway

Courtney Freels


Published on December 2, 2014

To promote the Interactive Media pathway, I had students create brochures and flyers. To earn credit, they not only had to make the brochures and flyers, but they handed it out to at least one other student who was not in my class. The student then brought it back to me and my student received credit for sharing information about my class. I will be handing flyers and brochures to counselors later next semester before registration. I will also send some of my students to speak with middle school students to enroll in my pathway.