Advanced Media Literacy Workshop:
Questioning the Questions
Friday, October 13th
8:30am - 11:30am
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Thank you to all of the participants who helped make October's Advanced Media Literacy Workshop a success! Below are some pictures from the event held at Education Plus:
Calling all PreK-12 educators, curriculum coordinators, elementary and
secondary administrators, technology coaches, instructional and library media specialists!
EducationPlus is thrilled to host GMLP's advanced media literacy workshop for any teacher interested in teaching students how to think rather than what to think. Questioning the Questions: Teaching Media Literacy in the Real World: An advanced media literacy workshop. For several decades, most media literacy educators in the U.S. have been teaching students how to analyze media by using a version of Five Key Questions. This workshop suggests that this approach has outlived its usefulness.
Date: Friday, October 13, 2017
Time: 8:30am - 11:30am
Place: EducationPlus - Woodson Campus
4433 Woodson Rd #210, St. Louis, MO 63134
Explore why the questions don’t work for teachers & why they often lead students to superficial, rather than deep analysis
Learn how to use a replacement method: teaching categories of questions rather than the questions themselves
Understand the importance of teaching media literacy to p-12 students
Grow their professional learning network with those interested in media literacy
About the Presenter
Dr. Faith Rogow
Dr. Faith Rogow was the founding President of the National Association for Media Literacy Education, a founding editorial board member of The Journal of Media Literacy Education, and a founding advisor of Project Look Sharp, focusing on integrating media literacy into existing K-16 curriculum. Her groundbreaking article “The ABCs of Media Literacy”
Registration is Closed
Interested in attending this FREE event? Follow this link to reserve your spot!