Campaign 2016 is in full swing and part of the “free media” is the appearance of a presidential candidate on the cover of a national magazine.
This FREE iTunes U course, designed for middle and high school students, teaches kids to use their mobile devices to create short video stories to address issues in their community.
Adolescents have a strong attraction to parody, says media literacy expert Frank Baker. Luckily the Common Core includes parody as a genre worthy of study.
Renee Hobbs invited Frank W. Baker recently to join her for this webinar in which they both recommended books who think schools should consider for their library media collections.
1) What do you do? I am someone who is passionate about media literacy education, identity and diversity work, as well as exploring how young minds learn.Currently I am an […]
1) What do you do? I am an educator, photographer, filmmaker, multi-media devotee, environmentalist, humanitarian, and child advocate. My classroom experience spans over 20 years and has included grades Pre […]