Media Lit 101: 6 Great Videos for Teaching Media Fluency
“There’s no denying the influence of digital media in our daily lives. Media consumption is everywhere, and it’s got us plugged in pretty much constantly. Our passions are shared with, our opinions are shaped with it, and our emotions are fed by it. Sometimes we control it, and sometimes—well, it kind of controls us.
Does this mean we’re in danger of our brains melting? No, of course not. Nevertheless, we as digital citizens must take steps to educate ourselves on media’s power and influence in our lives.”
26 Questions Every Student Should Be Able To Answer
“These questions are more about the student than you, your classroom, or education.
What every student should know starts with themselves and moves outwards to your content area: self knowledge–> content knowledge.
As an educator, your job is lead students to understanding, but student self-awareness and self-knowledge should precede that. These questions hit at a range of topics, but all revolve around that idea of a learner’s identity.”
Tactical Serendipity — The Learning Revolution — Medium
The Human Side of School — The Synapse — Medium
“Technology and relationships are not incompatible but until we shift how we view them working together to build stronger relationships, there will continue to be a deficit attributed so someone depending on which side of the argument you happen to stand.”
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