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 […]
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For media literacy educators who will be at the NAEYC Annual Conference, join Faith Rogow (co-author of The Teacher’s Guide to Media Literacy and past NAMLE president) at Tech on Deck. She’ll be facilitating conversations about digital and media literacy in early childhood.
Thanks to all who joined this chat. It’s archived below. What does it mean to be a digital citizen? Around the world, grassroots efforts, government entities, lobbying groups, corporate interests, and nearly every other form of civic organization are deeply enmeshed online. Even basic civic and political participation requires considerable digital media literacy skills. As […]
To note where NAMLE has come in its first decade, Renee Hobbs and Amy Petersen Jensen, co-editors of the Journal of Media Literacy Education (JMLE), asked several established and emerging scholars and practitioners to write short essays that address the following questions about the field of Media Literacy Education: What’s your sense of the movement […]
NAMLE past president Faith Rogow will be speaking in Kansas City, Missouri at the 32nd National Media Market, October 24-28, 2010. The NMM is a non-profit organization that brings together content providers and professionals involved in the use of media in teaching and learning, from K-College. [learn more]
The Journal of Media Literacy Education is an online interdisciplinary journal that supports the development of research, scholarship and the pedagogy of media literacy education. The journal provides a forum for established and emerging scholars, media professionals and educational practitioners in and out of schools. As an extended conceptualization of literacy, media literacy education helps […]