1) What do you do? I founded Big Picture Instructional Design to get all the stakeholders in the educational space talking about — and watching — movies. As former classroom educators with extensive experience in nonprofit work, educational administration, and media literacy, BPID increases the reach and impact of issue-driven films, television projects, and documentaries by creating [...]
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I am a Focus and History teacher at a private school for students (grades 6-12) with Learning Disabilities. For 1 1/2 years, I had an after school television station club (WPSNY-tv). The students created their own television shows (including newscasts and game shows), as well as commercials. I am also utilizing social media in my History class, where students need to "tune in" to social media sites and use it to glean more of an understanding of the upcoming presidential election.
1) What do you do? I’m currently in limbo as to what I do. In May I complete my Master’s program from Marquette University, where my emphasis in media studies was molded to research in the areas of media literacy education and scholastic journalism. Starting this fall, I will be an English and Journalism teacher and [...]
1) What do you do? I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication at Roosevelt University in Chicago. I teach undergraduate courses in media studies and intercultural communication. I have taught such courses as Media Literacy, Children and Media, Media and Social Change, Cross-Cultural Communication, and Introduction to Media Production. This is my [...]
1) What do you do? I’m assistant professor at the University of Parma, Italy, the town of the prosciutto di Parma and the Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. I teach Media Pedagogy to both undergraduate and graduate students in programs for out-of-school educators. I teach them what MLE is and how to use it in their future work [...]