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Media literacy curriculum and resources

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NAMLE: Media Literacy Education and the Common Core Standards

 

Teaching Media Literacy Week, 2016. NAMLE

 

Center for Media Literacy: Lots of resources

 

Baker, F. (2016). Media literacy in the K-12 classroom, 2nd Ed. ISTE.

 

Faith Rogow: Tune In Next Time: Media Literacy Education Musings blog

 

KQED Teach: Platform for creating and sharing activities

 

Free Spirit Media: Focusing on Youth

 

Videos: What Is Media Literacy?

 

PopOptic: Current film and media criticism

 

Use, Understand, and Create: Media Smarts: Canada's Centre for Digital and Media Literacy  

 

Turner, G. (2016). Re-inventing the media. New York: Routledge.

 

Kupiainen, R. (2012). Media and digital literacies in secondary school. New York: Peter Lang. 

 

Gliksman, S. (2016). Creating media for learning: Student centered media projects across the curriculum. Los Angeles: Corwin Press.

 

History of photography and the camera: Suggested by Angela Whitney's students, Matt and Adam

 

Free DVD: This is Media

 

Screenagers Documentary: Movie Explores How Screen Time Can Harm Kids. San Francisco Chronicle

 

Free MOOC 2015 course on news and media literacy, Arizona State University

 

Media History Digital Library

 

Jack Lule: Understanding Media and Culture (free download book).

 

Fernback, J. (2014). Teaching communication and media studies: Pedagogy and practice. New York: Routledge

 

Caine, R., Wheaton, H., & Massey, L. (Eds.). (2015). Bridging gaps: Higher education, media and society. WaterHill Publishing.  

 

Frank Baker: The Media Literacy Clearinghouse

 

Frank Baker: Apps for media literacy and video production

 

Media Today's textbook weblinks

 

Media Literacy Projects

 

Video: G-Star school based on film production

 

Pernisco, N  (2013).  Practical Media Literacy: An everyday guide for teachers, parents, and students of all ages.

 

MediaSmarts

 

Fryer, W. (2013).  Mapping media to the Common Core

 

NeoK12: Free online videos

 

e-books on media literacy

 

Teachers Domain: Free videos from PBS for use in classes

 

PBS digital media literacy resources

 

University of Minnesota Libraries: Integrating Media Concepts and Skills into the Curriculum 

 

Use of popular TV shows to teach about current issues and topics

 

Guide to Comic Books

 

Media in Action Curriculum: Lots of media literacy resources to download

 

University of Minnesota: Collection of digital images by disciplines 

 

University of MInnesota: Collection of digital images for all subjects

 

A Manifesto for Media Education: Media educators speak out on the value of media literacy

 

Teachingmedia.org: Repository site with a lot of resources on teaching media

 

NAMLE: National Association of Media Literacy Educators

 

Media in Action Curriculum: Lots of media literacy resources to download

 

History of the development of different media, including television

 

Consortium for Media Literacy

 

Center for Media Literacy

 

Audiovisualcy; Vimeo social networking site on film

 

Issues of copyright in using media

 

University of Minnesota/Minneapolis Public Schools DigMe Program at Roosevelt High School, Minneapolis

 

NewLits: Resources for uses of digital technology/media in the classroom

 

Video: Lets Talk about Media Literacy

 

Cable in the Classroom: Lots of videos for uses in classrooms

 

USC: Introduction to Multimedia Scholarships: Curriculum framework for media/digital literacies

 

Student Journal for Media Literacy Education--student produced journal from Santa Monica College

 

Media Studies for Staff and Students: extensive British resource site

 

Media literacy lessons for middle school students

 

MediaEdu: another extensive British resource site

 

The Media Spot: Media Literacy through Production

 

MIT: Using transmedia to create stories across different platforms

 

Common Sense Media: Resources related to issues of media influence/violence/stereotyping

 

BBC Media Literacy: Resources on responding to and creating media

 

100 Lectures on media literacy

 

Television and American Culture: textbook resources

 

Evaluating media literacy learning: Extensive research review

 

Project Look Sharp: Lots of free critical media literacy curriculum materials

 

UCLA Center X: Articles on teaching critical media literacy

 

Betsy McLane, A New History of Documentary Film, Bloomsbury

 

Post Genre PowerPoints

 

PBS Teachers: Videos on media literacy topics

 

Understanding Media Blog

 

David Considine: Media-Literacy.Net

 

Frank Baker: Media Literacy Clearinghouse

 

PBS Teachers: Media Literacy curriculum resources

 

Making Curriculum Pop Ning (sign up needed): Curriculum resources

 

Electronic Library for Minnesota: Materials and texts for Minnesota residents

 

News Literacy Conference

 

Global Media Literacy: Curriculum for studying global aspects of the media

 

Media Literacy for Girls

 

NewsTrust: Lots of media literacy links

 

Independent Film Channel: Media Project

 

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