Join us on Sunday, May 15, at 8:00 p.m. ET for an #NCTEchat addressing three core themes that make media education fundamental to teaching and learning in ELA in this new position statement. NCTE member Kristin Ziemke (@KristinZiemke) will host the chat.
We will share the following questions during the Twitter chat:
WARM-UP: What media are our students using to access information? What media are we (literacy educators) using to access information and teaching strategies? #NCTEchat [8:04 p.m.]
Q1: How are you currently addressing media education in your school or district? #NCTEchat [8:10 p.m.]
Q2a: How do you teach students to assess the widely varying quality of information, entertainment, and persuasion? #NCTEchat [8:16 p.m.]
Q2b: What are some of your go-to resources? #NCTEchat [8:22 p.m.]
Q3: Many forms of media offer an expanded set of genres for reading and writing (Buckingham, 2003). How are you using multimedia or media texts to engage readers, writers, and thinkers? #NCTEchat [8:28 p.m.]
Q4a: What strategies do you use to ensure all students are represented and see themselves in the range of texts, tools, and technologies you share in the classroom? #NCTEchat [8:34 p.m.]
Q4b: How do we ensure that we see an expansive horizon of texts and push against an either/or view with books and media? #NCTEchat [8:40 p.m.]
Q5: How do technology and digital media empower student voice through writing, speaking, and self-expression? #NCTEchat [8:46 p.m.]
Q6: What types of resources do you need to incorporate more media education into your teaching? #NCTEchat [8:52 p.m.]
We hope to see you there! Be sure to join us by using #NCTEchat.
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