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MediaEd Club: The Future is Analog

MediaEd Club: The Future is Analog

In this session, Francia Garcia Hernandez will guide a discussion on the future of technology based on the thought-provoking book "The Future is Analog" by David Sax.Amid the increasing use of AI and predictions about the digital future, this book offers some lessons drawn from the COVID-19 pandemic that can guide individuals in using…

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MediaEd Club: Elvin Explores North Lawndale

MediaEd Club: Elvin Explores North Lawndale

In the July meeting of the MediaEd Club, Jay Simon will present his coloring book series "Elvin Explores North Lawndale" Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, with a read-along and an artist talk with a Q&A. Jay will provide an in-depth explanation of the origin story, background context and storyline for each coloring book. He will also go in-depth with what the future holds for the Elvin Explores series and…

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Perspectivas: Literacidad (alfabetización) Mediática en el Mundo

Perspectivas: Literacidad (alfabetización) Mediática en el Mundo

Perspectivas: Literacidad (Alfabetizaci√≥n) Medi√°tica Alrededor del MundoTe damos la bienvenida a la primera serie de webinars en espa√Īol organizada por el Laboratorio de Educaci√≥n Medi√°tica, Media Education Lab por su nombre en ingl√©s. Nuestra organizaci√≥n se dedica a promover la educaci√≥n para la alfabetizaci√≥n literaria mediante la investigaci√≥n acad√©mica, colaboraci√≥n interdisciplinaria y‚Ķ

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Filmbuilding: Co-Creative filmmaking across distances and differences

Filmbuilding: Co-Creative filmmaking across distances and differences

Read here about our full webinar series on Youth Media.In the second webinar, Tom Flint will survey an educational initiative called Filmbuilding which explores the co-creative aspects of movie-making for meaningful bridge-building in a time of growing uncertainty. Utilizing readily accessible technologies, participants come together across distances and differences to create film projects that…

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Planning the BFF Camp

Planning the BFF Camp

Read here about our full webinar series on Youth Media.In the first webinar of the series, Larisa Ozeryansky will present the initial plans for a July 2024 residential media education workshop for young adults with refugee background in Norway. Larisa is a PhD candidate in Transnational Migrant Health and Media, from the University of Washington, currently working on her dissertation as a…

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The Routledge Handbook of Media Education Futures Post-Pandemic.

The Routledge Handbook of Media Education Futures Post-Pandemic.

Our team from the Media Education Lab is proud to announce the publication of The Routledge Handbook of Media Education Futures Post-Pandemic. This handbook showcases how educators and practitioners around the world adapted their routine media…

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Teaching Media Production Online During a Pandemic

Teaching Media Production Online During a Pandemic

Teaching Media Production Online: Best Practices and Challenges During the Covid Pandemic How are media production teachers coping with remote video production with students?  Starting in mid-March, US schools moved to remote instruction due to COVID-19 pandemic. Media production teachers had to shift their teaching to online without the possibility to use their high-end equipment in school.…

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Seeing, Believing and Learning to be Skeptical: Supporting Language Learning Through Advertising Analysis Activities

Seeing, Believing and Learning to be Skeptical: Supporting Language Learning Through Advertising Analysis Activities

Access the PDF here This study documents how a high school ESL teacher working with new immigrants ages 14‚Äď20 supported the development of their critical thinking and English language skills by using advertising analysis activities. The article examines the use of key critical questions for analyzing‚Ķ

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Core Instructional Practices of Media Literacy Education

Core Instructional Practices of Media Literacy Education

How often do students in elementary or secondary schools encounter media literacy through its core instructional practices? We identified 16 basic activities that are commonly used in elementary and secondary schools in subject areas including English language arts/literacy, social studies, the sciences, visual arts & design and the performing arts, mathematics, engineering and technology,…

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The Media Straight Up! Media Literacy Guide for Middle School

The Media Straight Up! Media Literacy Guide for Middle School

THE MEDIA LITERACY GUIDECreated by Renee Hobbs and the Media Education Lab and co-sponsored by Drug Free Pennsylvania. Access the PDF from the Pennsylvania Department of Drug Prevention Programs. Renee Hobbs and a team of Pennsylvania educators developed The Media Straight Up to…

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A Starter Guide for Engaging Online Meetings

A Starter Guide for Engaging Online Meetings

We share the key insights we learned about online meetings into a crisp synthesis that helps everyone get started with the essential features of great online meetings!Check it out: https://bestonlinemeetings.com

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THE HIVE

THE HIVE

When teachers and library media specialists use a student-centered approach to media production, learners create to learn, developing cognitive, social, and socioemotional competencies through creative media production that can support academic achievement across the subject areas. This model consists of six stages where students collaboratively learn to produce media messages. Based on five…

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Understanding Implicit Bias: The Power of Reflection

Understanding Implicit Bias: The Power of Reflection

Developed by Elizaveta Friesem, Media Education LabLESSON 1: Edward Adelson’s Checkerboard IllusionLESSON 2: The Implicit Association TestLESSON 3: Considering the Consequences of Implicit Bias OverviewDOWNLOAD THE LESSON PLANS HERE Students develop a better understanding of their own…

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