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Media Literacy as a Teaching Strategy in a Digital World
Media Savvy Citizens' CEO presented at the Digital Learning Annual Conference 2022. The presentation is based on MSC's work implementing comprehensive media literacy in classrooms across the state of New Mexico.
Conference: February 7-9, 2022
Presentation: February 8, 2022
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MSC Live on the
PEACE TALKS RADIO Show
Media Savvy Citizens participated in a discussion exploring the role of advertising in our lives. Thinking critically through a process of inquiry about media messages was explored.
Live on KUNM
November 26, 2021, 8 AM MT
Listen on Peace Talks Radio
AMA on Reddit
a MEDIA LITERACY WEEK event
Media Savvy Citizens participated in an Ask Me Anything (AMA) discussion exploring the Role of Media Literacy Education. The interviewees are educators and researchers discussing how we might become a fact-based, ethical, well-represented, and creative democratic society.
October 29, 2021, 2-3 PM ET
Teachers Transform with Classroom Media Literacy in Marginalized Communities
Media Savvy Citizens presented on the job-embedded capacity-building program with public middle school English language arts and social studies teachers, to enhance 21st century teaching and learning across disciplines, by incorporating traditional and new media literacy as an instruction strategy into curriculum. Participants learned about the program design and program outcomes.
JULY 17, 2021, 3:30 PM ET
(1:30 PM MT)
NAMLE AWARD CEREMONY
ft. Pamela Pereyra
Media Savvy Citizens' Executive Director spoke about the importance of media education as she accepted her national award.
Presented by the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE) at their national conference 2021.
JULY 17, 2021, 6 PM ET (4 PM MT)
SUMMER CAMP 2021
Make Comic Books Summer Camp for 11-14 yr.olds
Youth attended a 15 hour, in-person immersive and interactive camp with MSC instructor support as they developed their artistic and storytelling skills in the comics camp. From pen & ink to fully digital comics, youth unpacked the world of comics whiles they created in an interactive way!
June 28-July 2, 2021,
9AM -12 PM MT
NAMLE's Media Monsters
ft. Michelle Ciulla Lipkin
The National Association for Media Literacy Education's executive director will be letting us know about the Stop Media Monsters campaign to identify media monster behaviors & learn skills about how to combat them.
Which media monster are you?
MAY 5, 2021, 4PM MT
The Anatomy of Fake News
ft. Nolan Higdon
Learning about Fake News is a survival skill. In this discussion author & scholar Dr. Nolan Higdon will define, provide a brief history, decode the anatomy and provide tips on things users can do to identify fake news
FEBRUARY 10, 2021, 4PM MT
Making Meaning: How to Read Media Messages
This course will help 6-12 grade teachers and administrators to deconstruct media messages and help students develop their critical and analytical skills while increasing student engagement with media-based activities. It is a 6-module blended synchronous and asynchronous online course limited to a cohort of 25 people.
FEBRUARY 21-APRIL 2, 2021
ft. Denis Doyon
This short presentation will model a quick and easy way to decode media messages as an example of how to read media. Denis is the instructor in the Making Meaning course in the Spring (see our Course page) and is MSC's education strategist.
JANUARY 26, 2021, 9AM MT
The Business of Film
ft. Jacqueline Frank
Jaqueline brings a worldwide perspective into film careers having worked in movies and TV, managing a variety of projects. From assistant director, to director to producer, she is a wealth of knowledge on careers in the film industry.
JANUARY 11, 2021, 9AM MT
Digital Divide and Underserved Communities
This town hall discussion moderated by Media Savvy Citizens explored Covid-19's impact of access and equity on rural and underserved communities. This is conversation at the Northeast Regional Media Literacy Conference 2020 was with researchers, experts and educators.