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This article was originally published here J Youth Teensc. 2022 Feb 3. doi: 10.1007/s10964-021-01567-0. Online ahead of print. ABSTRACT The media can act as sex educators for adolescents; unfortunately, media messages often glorify risky sexual behaviors and unhealthy relationships and neglect behaviors and communication related to sexual health. Media Aware is a comprehensive online sexual …

The government wants to educate young citizens about media and digital citizenship. A good initiative, provided you know what we are talking about. Edifying example with the role of the media in the health crisis. In a joint statement, the Ministries of Education and Culture ardently plead for media and information education for young people …

The Fulbright Teaching Excellence and Achievement (Fulbright TEA) media literacy cohort is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs. The Fulbright program was created in 1946 under legislation introduced by former United States Senator William Fulbright of Arkansas. Fulbright scholarships are awarded to United States students, scholars, teachers, and …

Good day, people of Des Moines! It’s me again, Katarina Betterton, your host of the Des Moines Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Partially sunny; windy, colder. Top: 31 Bottom: 17. Here are today’s top stories in Des Moines: The Polk County Health Department announced a case of the omicron variant COVID-19 detected in Polk County …

During the last week of October 2021, the UN-sponsored Global Media and Information Week in South Africa, with the participation of India, resolved to tackle disinformation by improving the capacity people to counter it. Nothing could better position media education in the era of the right to information than its function of demystifying information processes …

PEORIA (Heart of Illinois ABC) – Peoria Public Schools and Peoria Public Library are kicking off Media Literacy Week with a new program to teach students how to become smarter consumers of media. The library helps students learn about false information circulating on the Internet. This year, Illinois became the first state to require high …

(NEXSTAR) – Lawmakers’ worthy misunderstanding of a popular social media term went viral earlier this month – providing fodder for comedians online and sending teens scrambling to clean up their finstas before their parents did not learn of the existence of their “fake” Instagram accounts. Americans agree misinformation is a problem, poll finds The awkward …

A film featuring local talent will premiere at a community event on Saturday, September 25. Fatt Sunnie Studios’ newest thriller, “Mirror of Lies”, will premiere at the Cox Activities Center at Northeast Community College with a duration of 31 minutes and a PG rating. The film follows protagonist Chase (played by Tom Howell) as he …

Illinois high schools will need offer a media literacy course in 2022. It is the first state to require these classes to be taught, but some schools are already teaching the skills in all classes. Naperville’s Neuqua Valley High School has been working with media education researchers and experts from the Stanford History Education Group …

Amid a new era of widespread disinformation about elections, the COVID-19 pandemic, and vaccines, some states are backing down: Illinois recently passed a law require secondary schools to teach media literacy. While many schools across the state and nation teach media literacy in one way or another, Illinois is the first State of the nation …

The media landscape has changed dramatically so far in the 21st century. We can access information in ways we never imagined until just 20 years ago. It was enough of a challenge for those who found it difficult to get used to the World Wide Web when it disrupted lives. Imagine the challenge of learning …

Approved on July 9 by Governor JB Pritzker, House Bill 234 will require all public high schools in Illinois to include media education in their curriculum during the 2022-2023 school year. With this bill, Illinois becomes the first state to require media education in public high schools. Musonda Kapatamoyo, chairman of the mass communications department, …

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 …

The program manager at Normal Community and Normal West High Schools says the district already has a good foundation for teaching media literacy. Illinois high schools will be required to teach media literacy starting in the 2022-2023 school year. Dan Lamboley, from Unit 5, said the district is currently teaching some basic principles that students …

The state of Illinois will require high schools to teach media literacy starting in fall 2022. Educators at the Illinois State University School of Communication will closely monitor the State Board of Education’s requirements for a media literacy program. Illinois State UniversitySteve Hunt of the ISU School of Communication. Steve Hunt, ISU School of Communication …

SPRINGFIELD – Public high schools in Illinois will soon be required to teach students how to access and rate various types of information and social media they see online and elsewhere as part of their regular curriculum. This was among the 53 bills that Governor JB Pritzker signed on Friday, July 9, bringing the total …

Governor JB Pritzker speaks at an event in Springfield earlier this year. On Friday, he signed another 53 bills, bringing the total number of signed bills to 97 for the current General Assembly out of more than 600 that have been passed by the General Assembly. (Capitol News Illinois file photo) …

State Senator Robert Peters, D-Chicago, is pictured in a file photo during a virtual committee hearing earlier this year. He is the Senate sponsor of a bill decriminalizing HIV transmission, which passed Tuesday in the Senate. (Credit: Blueroomstream.com) Tuesday 25 May 2021 11 more states decriminalized HIV By SARAH MANSUR & JERRY NOWICKICapitol News [email protected]

WABASH, Ind. (WANE) – The Media Arts Program, a collaboration of Honeywell Arts & Entertainment and the Heartland Career Center, featured original photography, audio, video, script and editing projects by the class of 2020-21 on Tuesday at the Eagles Theater. Launched in 2017, the Media Arts program prepares high school students for careers in media-related …

Senator Karina Villa, D-West Chicago, introduces a bill requiring schools to teach media literacy in a virtual committee hearing on Tuesday. (Credit: Blueroomstream.com) Tuesday, May 18, 2021 Work continues on the bill limiting the use of isolation and physical restraint By PETER HANCOCKCapitol News [email protected] SPRINGFIELD – All Illinois high schools would be required to …

Colorado Senate May 3 passed a much-debated bill to provide media education to K-12 schools across the state. The legislation comes as states across the country attempt to make media education part of the school curriculum to teach students to think critically when consuming media, to ask where the information is coming from. and to …

Education experts call for tackling wild conspiracy theories, baseless rumors of rampant voter fraud, and misinformation about COVID-19 through media literacy. After participating in Black Lives Matter rallies and protests in August, some of Virginia Boyle’s students came to her class at Dr. Pedro Albizu Campos Puerto Rican High School saying they had heard that …

By Marah MorrisonYOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Students at Chaney and East High Schools interested in a career in journalism can get hands-on learning experience in the new television studio at Choffin Career and Technical Center. Choffin students studying media arts and construction technology joined faculty and media members on Wednesday for an open house showcasing the …

Peoria Campus Leader Jeff Berggren Talks Moving Forward After City Council Meeting Jeff Berggren, Huntington University’s campus manager for the planned Peoria location, talks about moving forward after a city council meeting. The Peoria City Council has approved a branch campus of Huntington University in Peoria The campus will focus on digital media arts and …