Learning is a social process that occurs through interpersonal interaction within a cooperative context. Individuals, working together, construct shared understandings and knowledge.
The Media Education Lab creates free multimedia curriculum materials to help learners of all ages advance knowledge, skills and competencies.
Research reports and Voices from the Field help advance new knowledge on the pedagogy of media literacy
Take a close look at iCarly to examine the use of humor and the representation of social roles and the ethical use of digital technologies
Critically analyze a McDonald's commercial to compose a short video deconstructing the ad using the five critical questions of media literacy.
A book and website explores media literacy with Philadelphia elementary school students and teachers
Engage learners in exploring substance abuse prevention using the pedagogy of media literacy
Our annual professional development program for K-12 and college faculty, librarians and media professionals
Tickle the funny bones while activating students' critical thinking about media
Grade 11 English teachers developed a year-long course in Media & Communication at Concord High School
Why all Americans need a set of digital and media literacy competencies