Media Awareness Network
The Canadian site Media Awareness Network is full of media literacy information and activities for parents, teachers, and children.
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Canada’s Media Awareness Network provides a suite of lessons for middle and high school classrooms about cyberbullying.
The new definition of media literacy now includes the ability to access, understand, analyze, evaluate and create media messages.
There are no neutral or value-free media messages.
With the digital lives we lead, we're often online and can be always connected. With that kind of access, we all have a responsibility for keeping the Internet safe. National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) lets others know that all of us have a role in protecting our digital lives.
Originated the 5 core concepts that explain media literacy & the 5 key questions that get kids thinking & analyzing media messages.