Media That Matters continues to show its support for NAMLE and our members with its generous offer of 50% off the educational and institutional rates now through Labor Day!
Each year Media That Matters curates a powerful collection of short films that address the critical issues of our day. Their film collection spans local through global issues, often connecting the two. A perfect fit for the media literacy educator, their films instigate critical inquiry and invite reflection and response. The MTM collection frequently gives voice to perspectives seldom heard.
At the 2011 NAMLE Conference in Philadelphia, Media That Matters generously contributed several engaging films for the NAMLE Film Festival.
Arts Engine is now offering 50% off Media That Matters collections at the institutional or educational rate to NAMLE members To purchase a Media That Matters collection using this special discount, please enter promo code AMC2012 (expires on Labor Day).
What is Media That Matters™?
Media That Matters™ is the premiere showcase for short films on the most important topics of the day. Local and global, online and in communities around the world, Media That Matters™ engages our youth and inspires them to take action.
Each year, Media That Matters™ reaches thousands of young people in classrooms, online and at community events. With a vast collection of short films addressing key social and political issues, Media That Matters™ is a great tool for educators to inspire classroom discussion about the most important subjects of the day. Media That Matters™ promotes critical thinking, effective communication and active citizenry.
What do teachers say?
“MTM is an invaluable resource that grabs students’ attention immediately. The short film format allows me to show a film (twice if necessary) and then have a discussion about it within a 35-50 minute class period. Watching the films have helped me to engage my students in deep conversations about current issues through journaling, class discussion, literary comparisons and personal connections.”
-Anne Gaspers, Spanish Teacher at Thornton High School, Thornton, CO
If you are interested in partnering with us to host a screening or would like more information about the Media That Matters™ collections, please contact email@example.com.
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