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November 28, 2016

Teaching Media Literacy Made Easy With Two Resources

From yesterday’s inbox…

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Teaching media literacy made easy with two resources
Popular television shows, social media, even the recent election can all be used as learning resources for teaching media literacy — a critical digital age skill set.
Learn how to teach media literacy in this upcoming webinar from ISTE and School Library Journal, “Pop Literacy” on Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. ET/ 12 p.m. PT. The webinar will feature ISTE author Frank Baker alongside two other panelists who will share how educators can pair meaningful topics with engaging tools to make learning “pop.”
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Then, take a deeper dive into teaching media literacy with Baker’s book Media Literacy in the K-12 Classroom, Second Edition, which features insights from a host of educators and media literacy experts to help you give students the hands-on guidance they need to be media savvy.
Use promo code MEDIALIT10 to save 10 percent on your order.
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