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Friday, October 23, 2015

Young Children and Media Literacy Webinar

Many of you attended the October 6 Media Mentor workshop with Erin Walsh and Chip Donohue.   Those terrific presenters told us about Faith Rogow, a "Media Literacy Education Maven."  She has an upcoming FREE webinar from Early Childhood Investigations: Media Literacy Action in the Early Years: Activity Ideas for Reasoning and Reflection.  It looks interesting, and even if you can't attend live, if you register they'll send you the link so you can access it later!

October 28, 1:00 pm (CST)

In this empowering webinar, media literacy education maven Faith Rogow, will provide an overview of how to reach beyond teaching with technology to also integrate reasoning and reflection in age appropriate ways. We’ll discuss the difference between warning children about media and a skill-building approach to media literacy. We’ll also introduce a new, free professional development and teaching resource from NAMLE: short, annotated downloadable videos describing actual media literacy activities that you can try, gathered from accomplished early childhood educators from across the U.S. Learn more...

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