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How many hours do you interact with the media each day? It may be more than you think. It’s one thing to surf the Internet. It’s another to watch a favorite TV show or put on those noise canceling headphones and listen to your favorite music while working. Or, maybe you’ve borrowed an armful of …

Social media can be a difficult and hostile place. (Photo CNS / Sebastiao Moreira, EPA) WASHINGTON – How many hours do you interact with the media each day? It may be more than you think. It’s one thing to surf the Internet. It’s another to watch a favorite TV show or put on those noise …

A manual launched last month by the Out of The Box Media Literacy Initiative (OOTB) aims to help teachers educate young people about media literacy in time for the 2022 election. Photo courtesy of the OOTB Literacy Initiative MANILA – A non-governmental organization has launched a manual that aims to help teachers educate young people …

Essentially, all media today is digital. Therefore, when we talk about digital media education, we really mean media education. If you haven’t developed a strong sense of digital media literacy, you are certainly more likely to fall into misinformation. In general, people who are not very proficient in media are not aware of this fact. …

Last month, the National Association for Media Education (NAMLE) introduced its annual conference announcing: “Media literacy has many links with social justice; in fact, many would say that media literacy is social justice. ”How could this be the case? Through“ critical media literacy, ”which NAMLE defines as a tool for understanding“ the relations between media, …

Stephen Dunn / AP In this photo from December 20, 2017, Ariana Mamudi, 14, a freshman in the digital college student class at Brookfield, Connecticut, searches for information about cyberbullying. The required class teaches media literacy skills and has students examine online news sources. Sunday August 15, 2021 | 2 a.m Illinois became the first …

This summer, the state of Illinois became the first to require a media literacy class for all high school students. It’s a big step forward, and Texas should be next. Our nation is facing a crisis of disinformation. While pandemic doomscrolling has not demonstrated this clearly enough, there is empirical evidence as well. A 2019 …

The English Language Regional Office (RELO) of the U.S. Embassy in Nur-Sultan is pleased to announce a call for proposals for the design and implementation of the Advancing English for Education project. to the media in Kazakhstan. This twelve-month program will provide media and anti-disinformation training in English to a Kazakh audience using the Open-to-All …

(TNS) – In an age dominated by social media and massive amounts of information and misinformation, the state of Colorado will soon help schools teach kindergarten through high school students how to distinguish fact from fiction. The Colorado General Assembly passed a bill in the spring requiring the state Department of Education to establish and …

Over the past two years, students have been inundated with an almost constant stream of news and headlines about politics, racial and social unrest, the pandemic, and more. Even more essential is helping students develop enlightened media literacy skills. Students should understand how to recognize reliable news and how to identify high quality, credible journalism. …