Association for Media Literacy
The AML is a not-for-profit, charitable association of teachers, librarians, consultants, parents, cultural workers, and media professionals concerned with helping people develop an informed and critical understanding of the nature of media, their techniques, and their impact.
SPRING PD WEBINAR!
Using and Understanding AI in the K-12 Classroom.
What is the essence of AI and how might we effectively teach its purposes and limitations?
How might we teach students to think critically and use AI to problem-solve responsibly?
What are some effective strategies for formulating questions and assessing AI-generated answers?
Which apps might support learning through and about AI?
How might we help students understand and appreciate AI biases?
How might teachers integrate AI into their programs?
Date: Monday March 4, 2024
Time: 4:00-5:00 PM ET, online
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Teaching Media Literacy
Are you a teacher seeking inspiration for your classroom? AML offers a rich range of stimulating lessons and ideas, frameworks, suggested readings, and other online resources.
If you are looking for additional training in media literacy education, we can help provide speakers, workshops, writing, consulting, and other resources. AML’s Media Additional Qualifications, blended Parts 1, 2, and 3, Courses will run online in 2024 (dates TBD). They are accredited by the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT). Successful Ontario candidates who are OCT members will receive certification, but the courses are open to anyone.
Our experienced team is expert in media literacy and available for speaking engagements, workshop facilitation, media interviews, writing projects, and consultations. Select a speaker to learn more about their background, speaking topics, and more.