Media Literacy

As a teacher, encouraging and practicing media literacy in your classroom is one of the most important things you can do to keep children safe and healthy in the Information Age. Since your students are surrounded by media every day, learning how to question the media messages they see and hear is crucial.

There are three media literacy skills that make for a well-rounded understanding of media messages:

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