WHAT WE DO
WE OPEN THE DOORS TO YOUR GROWTH IN
Engaging Online Learners with Media & Teaching Methods
Technology Navigation & Integration
Making Meaning of Media
Navigating & Evaluating the Media Environment
Exploring & Creating Accessible Media
Planning for Multiliteracies
Media & Digital Literacy
Leading professional development for media fluency and 21st century skill-building to engage and transform learning preparing future-ready students, educators, and administrators.
From creative expression to community building to communities of practice to project-based learning to leading classes with students or adults, we facilitate learning.
We design curriculum, learning experiences, programs, synthesized knowledge and content to strengthen learning.
Our team consults on curriculum, blended learning, remote and online education, curriculum design, instructional coaching, digital learning multi-literacies, media literacy, creativity coaching and strategically consults with learning organizations and individuals.
“Every teen needs to have media literacy tools in a world where we have access 24/7.”
Zoe Colfax, Senior, NMSA (New Mexico School for the Arts).
“Having media literacy be part of our education is crucial to our health, self esteem and feeling safe on the Internet.”
Nalia Kast, Senior,Taos Academy Charter School
“It’s important because of the powerful influence media has on society, our thoughts, opinions and actions.”
Phoenix, Senior, NMSA (New Mexico School for the Arts)
WHAT MAKES A GOOD DIGITAL CITIZEN?
A good digital citizen behaves with honesty, compassion, respect, safety, and responsibility with all things digital, including media and technology.
THE MSC MODEL
Working towards good digital citizenship, participants are encouraged to ask questions, explore ideas, develop thoughtful responses, and take an active role in consuming and analyzing media, media culture, and its role in society. Together we transform the absorption of media and participation with media and technology using the MSC model.