The National Council for Teachers of English announced that long-time NAMLE member and former board member, Kara Clayton and NAMLE member Erin Ferris are the recipients of the Seventh Annual NCTE Media Literacy Award! The Executive Director for NCTE praised them for their “persistent, innovative and imaginative application of media analysis and media composition in [...]
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Longtime NAMLE member, and former board member, Kara Clayton was nominated and chosen as the Digital Arts Film and Television’s choice for the Touchstone Award – Visual and Media Arts Teacher of the Year! This award is given by Michigan Youth Arts Festival which takes place on Western Michigan University’s campus May 10-11. This [...]
M3 Video Archive The 2011 student productions, a meta documentary on the experience, Q&A footage, and bonus behind-the-scenes clips, and an excerpt of their conversation with Mohammed Bilal. M3 Process & Round-up by Annelise Wunderlich What happens when you take 16 teenagers from all over the country, put them into a small, hot room, give [...]
1) What do you do? I am about to start my 16th year of teaching Media Studies classes at Thurston High School, which is located in the South Redford School District of Southeast Michigan. Long story, short: I created a popular media program that includes courses in media literacy, an introductory media production class, and [...]
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 [...]
From June 23 through June 26, 2001, educators, youth workers, students, media literacy and media arts professionals, public health and prevention specialists, gathered for four days of information, inspiration, networking, and respectful dialog about the serious challenges facing media educators today. The 2001 National Media Education Conference in Austin, Texas, was indeed history-making, with the [...]