Edited by: Heidi Hayes Jacobs
Contributors: Frank W. Baker, Verneda Edwards, Jennie L. Johnson, Holen Sabrina Kahn, Emily Keating, Kristy Sailors, Mark Schulte
Learn how to merge technology and instruction successfully, giving students greater access to knowledge and making learning more meaningful.
Publication date: December 18, 2013
Discover the role media can play in preparing students to compete in a global society in which cultures, economies, and people are constantly connected. Learn how to merge technology and instruction successfully, giving students greater access to knowledge and making learning more meaningful. The authors provide practical tips for incorporating media literacy into the traditional curriculum.
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Product Code: BKF236
Published By: Solution Tree
Page Count: 128
“Part of the Contemporary Perspectives on Literacy series, [this book] is a professional guide written to help K–12 educators teach students media literacy—that is, a keen understanding of how to evaluate the validity of information shared through media ranging from television news to messages on Twitter or Facebook. With emphases on objective, critical thinking, [it] shows how to help students adapt to the increased technological saturation of the modern world—an invaluable ability in the twenty-first century. . . . In todays increasingly digital world, [this book] is a must-have for high-school educators, worthy of the highest recommendation.”
—The Midwest Book Review, April 2014
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