More Media Literacy Week Events Added

There are numerous events for the upcoming Media Literacy Week, here are a couple K-12 specific programs you won’t want to miss:

October 29: Media Literacy & 21st Century Skills in the K12 Classroom, from 4-6pm at Cooperating School Districts of Greater St. Louis. This is free, but registration is required: http://www.csd.org/pdcalendar; scroll to Oct. 29th and click on the event.

Join us for this teacher-workshop featuring Cable in the Classroom’s Frank Gallagher, who is also  Partnership for 21st Century Skills 2012-13 national chair. He’ll  discuss the P21 Framework for 21st Century Learning. The Framework presents a holistic view of 21st century teaching & learning that combines a discrete focus on 21st century student outcomes (a blending of specific skills, content knowledge, expertise and literacies) with innovative support systems to help students master multi-dimensional abilities required of them in the 21st century.

  • What is P21 and what is Cable in the Classroom?
  • Who are the P21 member companies and the leadership states?
  • The P21 framework and the 4 Cs.
  • The role of media literacy within the P21 framework, in college and career readiness, as a necessary condition for full participation in civic, social and economic life in the 21st Century

Frank will show examples of schools implementing  P21 framework and teaching media literacy, and how to access examples of P21 documents, like the subject area maps, which are the result of hundreds of hours of research, development and feedback from educators and business leaders across the nation.

October 30: Using Media Literacy Strategies Across the Curriculum from 4:30-6 pm at Ladue Horton Watkins  High School’s Performing Arts Center (Free).

Spend late-afternoon with  media literacy educator Julie Smith, who’s been teaching media literacy in St. Louis since 1997 and is expert at implementing media literacy strategies in the k-12 classroom. Join Julie and and some recent student teachers – and seasoned ones, too – who, with Julie’s help, have created model  lesson plans that integrate media literacy into core curricula. Share critical-thinking strategies as well as learn new technologies to help your students become media literate.

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  1. … and don’t forget, to kick off the week:

    Sunday, October 28
    Media Literacy Week Opening Session
    : “Media and Information Literacy as a Composite Concept: Educating Citizens for Freedom of Expression, Peace and Sustainable Development.”

    Sponsor: Cable in the Classroom
    Time: 3-6 p.m.
    Location: Ethical Society, 9001 Clayton Rd.

    Featured presentations: Cable in the Classroom’s executive director and honored guest, Frank Gallagher, introduces Alton Grizzle, UNESCO’s Programme Specialist in Communication and Information, Mr. Grizzle, co-manager of UNESCO’s global actions on media and information literacy (MIL), will give the keynote address.

    Gateway Media Literacy Partners honors its Charles Klotzer Media Literacy Awardees: Educator, Mary Sturm; Media Professional, Mary Edwards; and Institution, The Kirkwood Call.

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