REMOTE LEARNING WEBINAR SERIES

A webinar series exploring the role of media in combination with teaching practices to

engage, motivate, and facilitate student learning.       

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Teaching Online with

Media & Technology

About this Webinar:

This webinar will provide you with the best strategies for remote learning with both media & technology. 

 

We will cover a lot of ground to get you prepared for things to consider while teaching online with media and technology, and will share a variety of media literacy skills that you can share with your students to help them analyze and evaluate media messages. You will also learn tips to make all students online experience personable and engaging.

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Digital Citizenship for

Remote & Continuous Learning

About this Webinar:

This webinar will define digital citizenship skills & competencies for remote & continuous learning.

 

You will learn how to create responsible participation from students as they engage with media and technology from home, and learn tips to consider and apply with your students. We will also discuss how to encourage digital citizenship while teaching remotely and establish a foundation for building upon.

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Foster Research &

Credibility Skills in

Students

About this Webinar:

This webinar will highlight information on helping students conduct effective online research.

 

You will learn tips to instill in students on how to sift through information, and offer ways to support them in research and evaluation skills. From best practices from librarians and professional fact-checkers, this webinar will guide the research process, providing concise and applicable techniques for making informed choices when navigating the online world. 

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Student Centered Learning with Media & Technology: Engaging Student Interests 

About this Webinar:

This webinar will engage in conversation about the role of media and technology in student-centered learning, while discussing the scaffolding of practices needed to implement student-focused learning with media and technology.

 

You will learn how educators use media and technology to facilitate personalized experiences for students, and the intersection of student interests, media and learning. From understanding the benefits and challenges of student-centered learning, to reviewing examples of how media and technology assists with learning and assessment, this webinar will provide a foundation for further discovery.

 

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Building Connections with Media & Culture

About this Webinar:

This webinar will explore the use of media and culture to help build connections in the classroom.

 

You will learn about techniques that will help connect students' to culture in the learning environment. If you are an educator looking for tools and tips for student engagement in a networked world, this webinar is for you. You will learn media literacy techniques to help you connect content and culture. From culturally responsive education practices to examples of how to apply tools & techniques embedded into core subjects, this webinar will provide you with the ideas to use in your classroom.

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RECENT PROJECTS WE'RE PROUD OF

We highlight for you four projects showcasing our scope. 

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FULL-YEAR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Working across the state of New Mexico, Media Savvy Citizens successfully designed and led a 350K capacity-building pilot with 30-New Mexico school districts to embed media literacy into content discipline. Researching tech-level and geography differences to better support learning. The pilot was launched during the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic and facilitated a smooth transition and up-skilling of educators in their media and technology literacy transforming teaching practices.

 

Educators learned through an in-person hands-on conference, an online course, a community of practice in cohorts, webinars, and through one-on-one coaching. State-level collaborations include the New Mexico Public Education Department, The University of New Mexico and New Mexico State University.

TEACHERS TRANSFORM: 

MEDIA FLUENCY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

RESOURCES
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Blog Post

NMSU
Innovative Media Blog
October 15, 2021 

Media Savvy Citizens chats with New Mexico State University's Innovative Media Research & Extension & the Learning Games Lab

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Book Review

Journal of Media Literacy
BOOK REVIEW Ecomedia Literacy: Integrating Ecology into Media Education

Available to read through a digital format in the Journal of Media Literacy Pre-Prints, a book to help educators merge Ecology into Media Education. 

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In the News

Taos News

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August 27-September 2, 2020 

Finding balance with technology during remote learning

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Research

The Study of Media Use Habits and Trends: Rural Latinx Media Use Skills and Motivations

A view into the media use trends of a small community in

New Mexico

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Research

New Media Literacy

Transforms Schools

A fresh perspective on the transformative quality of media embedded into classroom content.

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Research

Journal of Media Literacy Education

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Research

PEW- Social Media Fact Sheet

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Research

Why Race Matters in Child Development: Economics, Context, and Culture

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The Learning

“Support from MSC cohort acted as a lifeboat to keep me afloat. Week after week, MSC gave me tech-focused PD through webinars, personal feedback and opportunities to collaborate with New Mexico teachers."

—  Moses Allen, English Language Arts Teacher

Teachers Transform Program Participant

Cien Aguas International School