This kit provides teachers, college faculty and other educators with the materials needed to engage students in a dynamic and constructivist process of learning how antiwar movements have been perceived by the people in the United States and how the U.S. media has constructed that public perception.
Tag: "Project Look Sharp"
NAMLE member, Project Look Sharp, a media literacy initiative at Ithaca College, released two new curriculum kits: Introducing Africa and Causes of the American Revolution. These kits are available for free to educators at www.projectlooksharp.org. The kits, which contain a diverse array of media forms, were designed for use in elementary school social studies classes. Introducing Africa begins with [...]
NAMLE organizational member, Project Look Sharp, a media literacy initiative at Ithaca College, will be hosting its annual Media Literacy Summer Institute from July 16 through July 20 at Ithaca College, a private college in upstate New York. The Summer Institute is a five-day immersion course in integrating critical thinking, media analysis and media production [...]
Project Look Sharp at Ithaca College is working with educators in Bhutan to integrate media literacy throughout the country. Bhutan, located at the eastern end of the Himalayas, is the last nation in the world to receive television. Chris Sperry, the director of curriculum and staff development for Project Look Sharp, will be in Bhutan [...]
The NAMLE 2011 Conference spans four days: Friday, July 22 (the pre-conference day) through Monday, July 25. Here’s just a taste of why you’ll want to stay for all of them. Richard Beach (University of Minnesota) provides attendees with a hands-on experience in using digital annotation tools (i.e. Diigo, iAnnotate, Garageband/Audicity, VoiceThread, VideoAnt, YouTube Annotations, [...]