Why Some Words? by Diana Maliszewski One of the 2023 Ontario Library Association’s Forest of Reading nominees is Can You Believe It?: How To Spot Fake News and Find the Facts by Joyce Grant [...]
In Diana Maliszewski, Directors, Elementary, June Lee, Kindergarten, Lessons and Ideas, media literacy, Resources, SecondaryPosted
https://nmc-mic.ca/2022/10/19/media-literacy-week-is-right-around-the-corner/ AML’s Co-Vice President Diana Maliszewski and AML Executive member June Lee in conversation as [...]
In Blog, Diana Maliszewski, media literacy, Michelle Solomon, Neil Andersen, Professional DevelopmentPosted
This engaging conversation from Media Literacy Week features Neil Andersen, Margie Keats, Diana Maliszewski & Michelle Solomon.
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Celebrating Media Literacy Week, a new Mediacy podcast, and more! Click here for our October newsletter.
Some people receive unsolicited text messages that seem to be parts of a conversation with a friend or a company. Are these messages intended for someone else but have been accidentally sent to [...]
In Carol Arcus, Diana Maliszewski, Elementary, Kindergarten, Lessons and Ideas, media literacy, SecondaryPosted
(This illustration was obtained from https://www.freepnglogos.com/pics/crown and is used under a Creative Commons license.) Monday, September 19, 2022 was the day of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral. [...]
In Additional Qualifications, Carol Arcus, Diana Maliszewski, Elementary, Lessons and Ideas, media literacy, Neil Andersen, Resources, SecondaryPosted
Check out our Special Edition September Newsletter. Diana Maliszewski has spearheaded a rich set of K-12 lesson ideas on the Monarchy as Media. And don’t forget our Fall AQ! [...]
In Additional Qualifications, Elementary, Essential Frameworks, Lessons and Ideas, media literacy, Resources, SecondaryPosted
Check out our Fall Media AQ, a new Interview, and an invitation to re-visit our Lesson ideas.. Click here for our September newsletter.
In Blog, Essential Frameworks, Lessons and Ideas, media literacy, Neil Andersen, Professional Development, Resources, SecondaryPosted
by Neil Andersen Note: These two images, representing “about” and “through” come from the icon collection from The Noun Project. We are permitted to use these images under [...]
Late June seems to be a popular time for conferences. For many districts, students are finished for the year (just not for elementary schools in our district) and members of the target audience [...]