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Media Literacy

Tell us what YOU need to teach media literacy

We recently received funding to develop a new suite of digital resources to help students access, analyze, evaluate and create information.  Get a free poster for participating in our short survey and a chance to win $500!

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Media literacy has been getting a lot of attention recently in education circles, but there’s a surprising lack of information about what media literacy instruction looks like on the ground level. Whether you teach this subject or not, YOU can help us figure out how best to serve YOU and YOUR students. (Click here if you are a district-level supervisor or coordinator.)

Please take our surveyit will only take 6 minutes — by Feb. 14 to help us sort out what media literacy really means in the classroom. Who is and is not teaching it, and why? What skills do students need to improve? What resources could help?

As a thank you, you’ll be entered into a drawing for a chance to win a $500 Amazon gift card, plus the first 1,000 respondents will receive one of our free media literacy posters pictured above. Participants will also receive a summary of the survey results.

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