What happens in classrooms is only a fraction of a child’s learning. Educators, professional media producers, and internet safety advocates all play a role in how children learn to be consumers, creators, and critical thinkers when on the internet. We will consider how they search and play, and what they see, make, and share online. Children’s identities encompass both digital and “real” worlds. Let’s look at all the ways children gain understanding about the digital world and how we can help all learners develop important media literacy skills.
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