1) What do you do? I am currently pursuing my master’s degree in Education at the University at Buffalo, NY. On campus, I serve as an instructional assistant for faculty who want to implement technology in their instruction or research. I am also an independent web designer and video producer. 2) Tell me […]
Category: NAMLE Action!
Jaclyn Kahn teaches high school history at Winston Prep, a school in Manhattan for grades 6 – 12. As a social studies teacher, she said, she would like to learn more about media literacy education so she can use it in her teaching. To that end, she attended NAMLE’s 2013 conference in July. “Once I […]
MediaSmarts and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) are hosting their 8th annual Media Literacy Week from November 4-8, 2013. The official theme of the week is “What’s Being Sold: Helping Kids Make Sense of Marketing Messages”. The goal is to encourage educators and parents to talk to children and teens about the marketing they encounter on […]
The Convergence Academies, an initiative of the Center for Community Arts Partnerships at Columbia College Chicago is a whole school reform project that integrates digital media and technology across two Chicago Public Schools, Tilden High School and Morrill Elementary. The Convergence Academies uses an instructional model that positions teachers as designers of powerful learning experiences […]
Darragh Dandurand Friedman, a senior at Temple University, attended NAMLE 2013 and stopped by our booth to share her thoughts on media literacy.
To celebrate the upcoming symposium on the Historical Roots of Media Literacy at the University of Rhode Island’s Harrington School of Communication and Media, NAMLE is proud to welcome several participants in a pre-conference Google Hangout this Wednesday, September 11, at 6PM EST. Here is some information about our panelists: Tessa Jolls is the President […]