Wili Liberman, the publisher of Toronto-based TEACH Magazine (http://teachmag.com) is undertaking research into the use of the graphic novel in the classroom. He is conducting research for a Masters Degree in Creative Writing through DeMontfort University, based in Leicester, UK. Wili is interested in hearing from educators who have used graphic novels as part of […]
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A.D.D.: Adolescent Demo Division ($24.15 + free shipping). NAMLE National Advisory Board Member, Douglas Rushkoff, (also a world-renowned media theorist, Frontline TV correspondent and author) writes about the world’s luckiest teen gamers—the Adolescent Demo Division. The A.D.D. are Raised from birth to test media, appear on reality TV and enjoy the fruits of corporate culture, the squad […]
Lights, Camera, Action: Using Film and Graphic Novels to Explore Themes of Power and Social Control in the High School English Classroom
Our Journal of Media Literacy Education Issue 2 is now online. Our 3rd feature from this issue is Lights, Camera, Action: Using Film and Graphic Novels to Explore Themes of Power and Social Control in the High School English Classroom, by Dolores D’Angelo.