Media Literacy: Separating Fact from Fiction
Susan M. Bearden and Katrina Stevens with Julie Smith
Media literacy may be the 21st-century survival skill. Join us as we talk about how teachers can and should include media literacy in every lesson, every day.
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February 7, 2017 EdTechCHAT
Julie Smith has taught media literacy at the university level since 1997 and is the author of Master the Media: How Teaching Media Literacy Can Save our Plugged-In World. She’s on a mission to make media literacy a 21st Century Survival Skill. Katrina Stevens, the former Deputy Director of the Office of Education Technology at the U.S. Department of Education, works to bring together stakeholders from across the ed tech ecosystem to make better research-based tools for schools. Susan Bearden is Senior Education Pioneer Fellow, Office of Educational Technology, U.S. Dept. Of Education.
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