The principle of media construction and other key media literacy concepts make it possible for students and adults alike to critically examine environmental news at a time when the stakes of environmental policy decisions could not be higher.
In this issue, we demonstrate how skills are embedded in media literacy curriculum, and show how recent political and policy developments could make skills an integral component of American school curricula. The 2010 National Educational Technology Plan released by the Department of Education last month predicts that personalized learning systems will revolutionize teaching and learning in American schools. The 2010 National Educational Technology Plan released by the Department of Education.
The “knowledge economy” of the 21st century has led to a rapidly expanding global market in educational services. In this issue, we report on recent developments and examine their implications for media literacy education.
In this issue, we highlight the role of media literacy in the development of global awareness, and its role in education for global citizenship skills. CML introduced Smoke Detectors! Deconstructing Tobacco Use in Media.
It's been a busy year for just about everyone involved in media literacy education. Our year-end review of media literacy activity indicates there is a lot happening abroad as well as good discussion taking place here at home. Issue includes Ofcom and the status of the EU member states.