Chris Sperry, from
Project Look Sharp, will examine the essential place of media literacy
in the mainstream curriculum.
from Youth Radio, will explore how the intersection of news and
information literacy, social media, and youth enthusiasm gives rise to
vibrant civic participation online and in physical communities.
Media Educators will also address diverse and engaging issues and
practices in media literacy education. Sharing their innovative ideas
and practical experience are experts such as:
Eisenstock, presenting "You
Are What You Post: Media Literacy Strategies and Your Net Reputation"
with a presentation on "Bridging
Faith and Culture through Media Literacy"
Hemmelgarn, on "Feast or
Famine: Media Literacy as Catalyst for Sustainability"
talking about "Media Construction of
Remember - this year's
conference has plenty to offer before Saturday's opening reception. Among
the mix of fee-based pre-conference sessions and regular sessions that
day will be a presentation on a hot topic in media literacy education
"Why Media Literacy Educators Must Teach
about Copyright and Fair Use"
This pre-conference session with Renee
will clear away any "copyright confusion" you have about the use of
copyrighted materials for media literacy education. You'll gain the
knowledge you need- plus practical, fun activities that will help you
offer enlightened copyright education to both students and teachers.
Find out about all the sessions
and presenters, Motown Monday Night, the Leadership Dinner, book
signings and more at www.NAMLE.net.
NAMLE Conference, 3300 Washtenaw
Avenue, Suite 220 Ann Arbor MI 48104
Phone: 734-677-0503 - Web site: www.namle.net
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