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Steve Kelly

One Easy Thing You Can Do to Improve Your Relationship with Your Kid | Common Sense Media - 22 views

  • One Easy Thing You Can Do to Improve Your Relationship with Your Kid
  • If you own a smartphone, chances are, you love it. You take pictures of your kids, stay in touch with friends and family, keep up with the news, and text your spouse reminders to pick up milk.
  • It's 2016, and that's totally normal.
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  • But despite your love for your phone, you probably also feel guilty about using it around your kids too much.
  • It's all about taking control over your phone instead of letting it control you. In a nutshell: Put down your phone.
  • Set Boundaries
  • Be Mindful
  • Be a Role Model
  • If you limit your extracurricular phone time, you'll be better able to expect the same from your kids.
Steve Kelly

Project Look Sharp :: K-12 & Higher Ed. Media Literacy Lesson Plans :: Ithaca College - 30 views

    This looks like a promising resource for getting students to think critically about the media they consume...
Lisette Casey

Media Literacy and Cultural Understanding of People in the Middle East | Media Educatio... - 25 views

    Interesting video summarizing a cultural understanding unit.
N Carroll

Media Literacy | Center for Social Media - 75 views

  • The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education
    Information on best practices in fair use in education
James Davis

Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-year-olds - 42 views

    The latest study from the Kaiser Family Foundation on media consumption by young people.
Donna Baumbach

A Better Safety Net: It's time to get smart about online safety - 11/1/2009 - School Li... - 46 views

  • Version 3.0’s main components, new media literacy and digital citizenship, are empowering as well as protective.
    Online safety must be relevant to youth, or we're talking to ourselves. It must accommodate the growing body of research on youth risk and what kids themselves say about how they use digital media, and it must be respectful-of both young people and the new media conditions they're ably exploiting.
Marc Safran

Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Media Literacy Education | Media Education Lab - 0 views

    UPDATED INFO!! - The Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Media Literacy Education helps educators gain confidence about their rights to use copyrighted materials in developing students' critical thinking and communication skills.
Rosemary Wagoner

Kathy Schrock's Guide for Educators - Critical Evaluation Surveys and Resources - Kathy... - 14 views

    • Rosemary Wagoner
      Many good evaluation tools. 
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