In the toolkit, you’ll find lots of materials you can use: Media Literacy Week brand logos, social media graphics, media literacy memes, sample social media posts, and much more.
Email us at email@example.com if you have any questions or need any help. You are free to use these materials on your website and in promotional materials for your community event or in your classroom.
If you need ideas for how to participate, check out some national opportunities for our MLW Partners.
Below are some additional resources for you. Please email us any additional resource links you think we should add.
Is media literacy education happening in your classroom? It might be helpful and you just don’t know it! Click here to find out what the six core principles of ML are, as well as helpful ideas for implementing ML inquiry and production based activities in your classroom.
This guide is for teachers of all levels and all classrooms to incorporate media literacy into their instruction. There are many educators who are interested in teaching media literacy, but may not know where to find assistance. This is where NAMLE and this guidebook come in!
Includes a comprehensive guide for understanding the core concepts of ML, as well as practical ways to implement ML in any K-12 classroom with engaging lesson plan ideas.
A list of NAMLE partners as well as links to each partner website which include rich stories, project ideas and other ML initiatives.
A wonderful guide for teachers, this resource will help you go from theory to practice in implementing media literacy instruction in your classroom.
Canadian Media Literacy Week is an annual event that takes place every November. Co-led by MediaSmarts and the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF), the week puts a spotlight on the importance of digital and media literacy as key components in the education of children and young people. The page features lots of great information on events, resources and other important ML information.
MLC’s mission is to assist K-12 educators in learning about, and teaching, media literacy. Helpful ideas on integrating medial literacy in any classroom as well as lots of great resources.
The Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL) is a groundbreaking effort to promote international cooperation to ensure that all citizens have access to media and information competencies. This website features news, themes, events, publications and communication documents that the GAPMIL uses in its mission.
Media, Activism, and Participatory Politics (MAPP) project is comprised of a group of multidisciplinary scholars based at the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Find a broad range of MAPP’s multimedia resources here!
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