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Dr. Alec Couros Jun 13
Interesting to read the after-meme life of Youtube child stars. ? utm_campaign=vox&utm_content=entry&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter via
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PBS NewsHour Extra Jan 24
What are some media literacy strategies you can use for understanding controversial events? PBS Lesson Plan: Covington Catholic incident through a lens Why is it important to read a variety of news sources?
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Dr. Alec Couros Mar 28
This is the best thing I've seen in a while, and what a wonderful way to help kids learn about targeted advertising. Be sure to scroll through the examples.
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TweetyPIE Jun 15
Funny how some people complete the social media accounts yet have the exact same post everywhere
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Keegan Korf ✌🏻 Mar 4
“Why are we not funding media literacy and digital citizenship education on a national scale?” - 👈🏻 (my new hero).
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Karen Walton May 26
‘The president's insane’: book by CNN's Jim Acosta charts Trump war on press
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PBS Teachers Mar 6
How can you ensure that your students have the necessary digital literacy skills to identify different types of media, think critically about them and understand the messages they're sending?
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Jeremy Bond Jun 10
This is pretty freaking dangerous.
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Keegan Korf ✌🏻 Mar 4
I am here to consume as much as I can about and how we can continue to support our young people and their adult caregivers in this knowledge.
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Natalie Iafrate Dec 14
hands up if you can name one of these brand names 🙋🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♂️
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Nate Green Apr 16
Hey , let's talk about how we can make Media Literacy stick from K to 12. Don't miss this session at 3:15!
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MindShift Apr 28
YouTube video essays make arguments about and culture. They're usually meticulously narrated and edited, juxtaposing video footage, images, audio, and text to make an argument much like traditional essays
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FP Lib May 21
CEO Mitch Gelman starts the conference with a bang
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Andrew McCluskey Jan 13
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Kristen Mattson, EdD Mar 13
Google Is Teaching Children How to Act Online. Is It the Best Role Model? - SO MANY great points to consider! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩
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Dmytro Hutsal Apr 17
chapter 59 highlights how streaming platforms have "moved to producer, distributor, and exhibitor of its own content..." I believe that platforms like Twitch, Stitcher, and YouTube are heading in the same direction with more independent control.
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MindShift Mar 25
"We teach kids facts as ready-made without giving them the capacity and cultivating the capability to ask what is the relationship between claim and evidenc." -
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Nate Green May 5
Thanks to , I'll be presenting "Social Media for Lifelong Learning" at 8PM EST on YouTube Live. Don't miss it! Lots of talk today about enhancing learning, now it's time to talk social media.
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Dmytro Hutsal Apr 24
Chapter 72 highlights the rise of "micro-celebrities" that amass a following through mediums like blogs, videos, and social networking sites. This article correlates to this rise of the "influencer" culture.
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Vic Pasquantonio Mar 27
folks..teachers and students, here's your primary source. When do news reports from yesterday diverge from what DeVos has stated here? It's a short press release (also a good term to know) so should not take you long.
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