Research Project revolves around the concept of questions: developing a question, writing interview questions and answering questions through problem solving.
In media, questions are our jam! We ask the tough ones, answer the curly ones and make people contemplate the big ones!
Over the course of two hours, former teacher turned journalist Libby Parker will give teachers practical ideas and resources to help their students design a Research Project question. Participants will receive a take home guide to finding experts for primary sources and a detailed lesson plan for teaching students how to contact and interview a potential subject.
You’ll get a PD certificate for attending as well as a glass of wine and nibbles, and an opportunity to network with other Research Project teachers.
The Big Question
Monday 29 October
54 Hyde Street, Adelaide
5:30pm – 7:30pm
To book, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0413 256 597. Use the following details to pay via bank transfer or Credit Card. If you need a tax invoice, email email@example.com.
Direct Transfer ($66):
Account Name: EXPRESSIONS MEDIA
BSB: 805 007
Account number: 00253741
Reference: Participant’s name
About Libby Parker
Libby is a journalist, copywriter, publicist and teacher and has written for The Advertiser, BSide Magazine, The Upside News, Inside South Australia, Refraction Media and Glam Adelaide. She has worked as a Youth and Education Coordinator for State Opera of South Australia and Adelaide Festival, and has run workshops with Carclew Youth Arts, Brighton, Salisbury and Campbelltown councils, Youth Education Centre, WOMADelaide and Anglicare among many others.
Libby’s company Expressions Media offers writing and editing services as well as education and training for youths and adults.