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  • Q&A Recording; Naeyc TechYC Interest Forum Quarterly meet up Recording

    Naeyc TechYC Quarter Mtg. Topic:  Media Literacy w/ Faith Rogow

     

           It would be helpful if folks would read ahead of time Faith’s chapter in Chip Donohue’s Technology and Digital Literacy in the Early Years : http://teccenter.erikson.edu/in-practice/10medialitwk/  

     

    Please view the Recording at (copy and paste this to your browser): https://psu.zoom.us/recording/share/b4Qx84gYDhFCLWBhvsgZR1LlpZwGUWa9rxMdUpzgnvSwIumekTziMw  

     

    Recording of the Q & A period about the recording:  June 8th

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTLqRH3Fu_k 

     

    What Media Literacy Is and Isn’t + Practical ECE Integration Strategies*

           We’ll look at how media literacy practice emerges out of the blending of traditional literacy and critical thinking (which is why it isn’t focused on debates over screen time). I’ll share some media literacy integration strategies that involve tweaks to common activities – you may be surprised at all the media literacy you already do! And, of course, we’ll leave time for a lively Q&A.

     

    44 mins presentation/ 58 min Q&A  

     Faith Rogow, Ph.D.

    BIO: The Media Literacy Education Maven at InsightersEducation.com.

    She was the founding president of NAMLE and a founding editorial board member of the Journal of Media Literacy Education. She's the co-author of The Teacher's Guide to Media Literacy: Critical Thinking in a Multimedia World (Corwin 2012) and Media Literacy in Every Classroom (an ASCD Quick Reference Guide 2017). She is also an award winning curriculum developer, a pioneer in adapting media literacy education to early childhood, and the author of chapters on media literacy in Chip Donohue's NAEYC Routledge anthologies, Technology and Digital Literacy in the Early Years and Family Engagement in the Digital Age.

     

    Look for next quarterly meeting in Sept./Oct. posted & stay in touch with us on:

    Tech YC Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ECETECH/ )

    TechYC website (http://techandyoungchildren.org). 

    NAEYC HELLO (http://hello.naeyc.org/home )

     

    *Additional thought-provoking resources are available at:

    http://medialiteracyeducationmaven.edublogs.org/2016/10/28/responding-to-resistance-why-we-should-mandate-media-literacy-in-early-childhood-education/

    and at

    https://teccenter.erikson.edu/publications/medialitecreport/  

     

    Enjoy and stay tuned on Naeyc HELLO for the date for the Q &A …Questions?  Contact Lynn Hartle, lch1@psu.edu 

  • Live Q&A June 8th  4pm;  Naeyc TechYC Interest Forum Quarterly meet up Recording

    Live Q&A June 8th  4pm;  Naeyc TechYC Interest Forum Quarterly meet up Recording

    On May 17th we attempted a Zoom Webinar that was hacked so that webinar was stopped.

    But ECE people are resilient, creative and resourceful.

    Our guest speaker, Faith Rogow, graciously agreed to record her presentation so we could post this for our Tech & YC interest forum members and friends. 

    Naeyc TechYC Quarter Mtg. Topic:  Media Literacy w/ Faith Rogow
           It would be helpful if folks would read ahead of time my chapter in Chip Donohue’s Technology and Digital Literacy in the Early Years which is available here:http://teccenter.erikson.edu/in-practice/10medialitwk/  

    Please view the Recording at (copy and paste this to your browser): https://psu.zoom.us/recording/share/b4Qx84gYDhFCLWBhvsgZR1LlpZwGUWa9rxMdUpzgnvSwIumekTziMw  

    Join a Live Q & A period about the recording:  June 8th  4 – 5pm

    PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://psu.zoom.us/j/434568197?pwd=bkVrMEwrWVBiUm1TRm5xbzUwdHA1dz09

        Password: TechYC        Meeting ID: 434 568 197

    Or iPhone one-tap (US Toll):  +16699006833,434568197#  or +16468769923,434568197#

    Or Telephone: +1 669 900 6833 (US Toll)     +1 646 876 9923 (US Toll)

    What Media Literacy Is and Isn’t + Practical ECE Integration Strategies

           We’ll look at how media literacy practice emerges out of the blending of traditional literacy and critical thinking (which is why it isn’t focused on debates over screen time). I’ll share some media literacy integration strategies that involve tweaks to common activities – you may be surprised at all the media literacy you already do! And, of course, we’ll leave time for a lively Q&A.

           It would be helpful if folks would read ahead of time my chapter in Chip Donohue’s Technology and Digital Literacy in the Early Years which is available here:http://teccenter.erikson.edu/in-practice/10medialitwk/  

           Additional thought-provoking resources are available at:

    http://medialiteracyeducationmaven.edublogs.org/2016/10/28/responding-to-resistance-why-we-should-mandate-media-literacy-in-early-childhood-education/

    and at

    https://teccenter.erikson.edu/publications/medialitecreport/  

    44 mins presentation by Faith Rogow, Ph.D.

    BIO: The Media Literacy Education Maven at InsightersEducation.com.

    She was the founding president of NAMLE and a founding editorial board member of the Journal of Media Literacy Education. She's the co-author of The Teacher's Guide to Media Literacy: Critical Thinking in a Multimedia World (Corwin 2012) and Media Literacy in Every Classroom (an ASCD Quick Reference Guide 2017). She is also an award winning curriculum developer, a pioneer in adapting media literacy education to early childhood, and the author of chapters on media literacy in Chip Donohue's NAEYC Routledge anthologies, Technology and Digital Literacy in the Early Years and Family Engagement in the Digital Age.

    Look for next quarterly meeting posted & stay in touch with us on:

    Tech YC Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ECETECH/ )

    TechYC website (http://techandyoungchildren.org). 

    NAEYC HELLO (http://hello.naeyc.org/home )

    Enjoy and stay tuned on Naeyc HELLO for the date for the Q &A …Questions?  Contact Lynn Hartle, lch1@psu.edu 

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