Friday, January 12, 2024
Conference starts at 8am PST | 11pm ET | 4pm GMT | 6pm GMT+2 | 9:30pm IST | 3am (Sat 01.13) AEST
GMT 4pm GMT+2 6pm
(Sat 01.13) AEST 3am
Join our growing community of learners discussing all media literacy issues. In this online plenary session opening our conference, we will meet participants and learn from each other using various interactive online activities to introduce the speakers and innovative session formats. Not only will you make new colleagues from all over the globe, but you will be able to better understand what sessions you want to participate in.
NOTE: If you miss a session, the videos will be available at the end of each day via Zoom Cloud Recordings.
GMT 5pm GMT+2 7pm
(Sat 01.13) AEST 4am
Join elementary students, teachers, and administrators as they showcase their success in integrating Media Literacy across the curriculum, in their school and district.
This panel will discuss what does Engaged Research mean for Media Literacy scholars? Successful examples/models and areas of social life to address.
GMT 6pm GMT+2 8pm
(Sat 01.13) AEST 5am
This session engages participants in a dialogue on the use of games to address social issues and how research-based gamification can benefit educators and learners.
Two projects based in participatory, cooperative research use media as a medium to explore topics of place-making and identity with youth in Oslo and Rotterdam.
PST 11am EST 2pm
(Sat 01.13) IST 00:30am AEST 6am
This session explores the standardized state-level policies of Media Literacy Education (MLE) in the U.S. through survey insights on challenges in implementation.
In this dialogue, we will review Student-created media assignments and discuss some effective approaches for post-classroom activism and classroom preparations.
PST 12pm EST 3pm
(Sat 01.13) IST 1:30am AEST 7am
Join us for a participant-driven dialogue.
Games offer a way to inoculate people against misinformation in an interactive and scalable way, combining psychological and critical thinking research with games and cartoons.
|Conference day ends at 1pm PST | 4pm EST | 9pm GMT | 11pm GMT +2 | 2:30am IST | 8am AEST on Jan 13th
Saturday January 13, 2024
Conference starts at 4am PST | 7am ET | 12pm GMT | 2pm GMT+2 | 5:30pm IST | 11pm AEST
In this session we will learn what media literacy education for adults is in Palestine and how the Gaza war has affected the training.
This session questions the nature of knowledge and skills needed to be media literate, and the way that we characterize these phenomena within media education.
This session will showcase various projects from IREX on how to scale media literacy initiatives and civic participation to various communities around the globe.
This dialogue aims to encourage media literacy practitioners to speak openly about political/military conflict in areas such as Israel and Nagorno-Karabakh with hands-on exercises.
In this dialogue between Dr. Devina Sarwatay and Dr. David Gracon, participants will hear about two strategies to implement critical media literacy in the classroom.
Panelists in this session will discuss sources of grants, the process of finding and applying for international project support, and ways to apply for grants.
Focusing on the intersections between human and AI, this dialogue will feature policies to help navigate safely and ethically in the new media reality.
The Media Literacy Index (2021) was designed to evaluate the level of media literacy skills and practices. This session will showcase how to use it.
MediaEd Dialogues Session 2
Lex Societas is the world's first high school pre-law honor society, dedicated to expanding youth engagement in law through advocacy and education.
In our last online plenary session, we will reflect on the knowledge we gained and work in breakout rooms toward a work plan for the next global MediaEd Forum in 2025. By the end of the session, we will reconvene as one group to share insights and offer our call for action until we meet again.
|Conference ends at 10am PST | 1pm EST | 6pm GMT | 8pm GMT+2 | 11:30pm IST | 5 am AEST on Jan 14