Because you recognize: Media and technology are an important part of our lives. People need to be prepared to navigate the digital world in which they live. Teachers need the support and professional development about media to guide their students. The ability to analyze, evaluate, and create media messages is a basic life skill in […]
1) What do you do? I oversee KQED Education’s news education project in San Francisco. It’s an initiative I helped launch about two years ago. The main goal: to create explanatory multimedia news resources that can help educators more easily teach with current events and encourage media production and civic participation among students. The news […]
On September 20th in downtown Providence, Rhode Island, friends of media literacy pioneer Liz Thoman gathered as part of the Symposium on the Historical Roots of Media Literacy.
What do you do? I am an actor, director, playwright, composer, acting teacher and adapter of classic literature. I am the co-founder of Mixed Magic Theatre in Rhode Island. The company was founded in 2000 with a mission to: Build more literate and arts-active communities through the use of theatre and its related art forms. […]