Resources

COVID-19 Resources

MISINFORMATION, TEACHING, AND ARTICLES Slowing the Infodemic: How to Spot COVID-19 Misinformation (podcast, video, infographic, classroom guide) 7 Ways To Avoid Misinformation During The Coronavirus Pandemic- PolitiFact (article) Mapping Misinformation In The Coronavirus Outbreak- HealthAffairs (blog) Sifting Through the Coronavirus Pandemic (blog) “False…
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5 Ways to Cope With The News

NAMLE + Tumblr Partner on Resources for Dealing with the News Are you struggling to sift through all of the information surrounding the pandemic? Check out NAMLE’s brand new graphic series “5 Ways to Cope with the News: Pandemic Edition”…
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JMLE Issue 2 Feature: The Epistemological Equation: Integrating Media Analysis into the Core Curriculum

Teacher/author, Chris Sperry, draws lessons from 30 years of integrating media analysis into high school social studies and English classes. He describes a high school world history project where students role play world leaders who debate solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Middle East. Sperry shows how media literacy instructional methods and core concepts link to the development of core knowledge, skills, attitudes and motivation in adolescents.
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Media Education Arts and Literacy Curriculum

Resource Links MEAL Case Study (Compressed PDF) MEAL Final Evaluation (PDF) MEAL: Media Literacy Questionnaire (PDF) Description In 2003, the Alliance for a Media Literate America (AMLA) in partnership with Just Think, a leading media education organization in San Francisco,…
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