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Welcome to the Consortium for Media Literacy newsletter for teachers, parents, administrators and policy makers. 

Each issue offers Research Highlights, Resources withTeaching Tips, CML News, and MediaLit Moments. 

MediaLit Moments are downloadable classroom activities that provide teachable ‘AHA’ moments to illustrate one of the Five Key Questions for media literacy.  

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Most recent issue: Global Citizenship
Last Updated ( Monday, 17 March 2014 08:47 )
 


Previous Issues:

 21st century skills
 a year in review december 2012
 advertising consumer debt and media literacy
 big data
 call to action
 cell phones as learning tools
 change management in schools
 citizen journalism
 cml media literacy trilogy
 comics and media literacy
 criteria for media literacy instruction
 digital britain
 fair use for media literacy
 faith and media literacy
 frameworks for inquiry
 global citizenship media literacy
 global education
 globalization
 history of media literacy
 len masterman and the big ideas of media literacy
 libraries museums and informal learning
 maps and media literacy
 media and body image
 media deconstruction as essential learning skill
 media literacy risk assessment
 media literacy and 21st century skills
 media literacy and arts education
 media literacy and masculinity
 media literacy and media construction
 media literacy and nutrition
 media literacy and personal data management
 media literacy and pharmaceutical advertising
 media literacy and science
 media literacy and student empowerment
 media literacy and video games
 media literacy in the community
 media morals and empowerment
 media violence and media relationships
 media violence
 monsters and media literacy
 new curriculum and media literacy
 online privacy and media literacy
 online safety
 parents and media literacy
 professional development for media literacy
 reality tv and media literacy
 responding to racism and stereotypes in media
 sexism in media
 social networking
 systems thinking and media literacy
 teaching healthy skepticism
 television and media literacy
 us department of education
 voices of media literacy
 what media literacy is and is not

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