Media Education Lab: University-community partnership for media literacy under the direction of Renee Hobbs: : Copyright and Fair Use
"Teaching about Copyright and Fair Use"
Information about fair use for students and educators. Many formats.
Includes lesson plans and video case studies related to the Code of Best Practices for Fair Use in Media Literacy Education.
temple universityClassroom Resources to Counter Cyber Bullying - Portal Page
Cyberbullying can be much more severe in its effects than offline bullying because the targets feel they have no escape. Also, given the wide scope of the Web, there can be many more witnesses to the bullying. School administrators and teachers are struggling to address this issue with students. When real-world bullying occurs in a schoolyard or classroom, teachers are often able to intervene, but online bullying takes place off the radar screen of adults, making it difficult to detect in schools and impossible to monitor off school property. Despite this, schools are increasingly being expected to address issues relating to cyberbullying. Dr. Shaheen Shariff of McGill University emphasizes that schools have a responsibility “to adapt to a rapidly evolving technological society, address emerging challenges, and guide children to become civic-minded individuals”.
Lessons on cyberbullying to use in middle school
Resources for teachers to support them address the issues of Cyberbullying.
Canadian website offering resources and ideas for teaching about cyberbullying.
Media awareness Network-Online bullying. gr. 5-12Behaveyourself.com: Online Manners Matter | Edutopia
on e-mail netiquette and much more
From email to social networking to classroom blogs, today's students are online, both in and out of school -- a lot. EdutopiaAdmongo.gov
How can we understand ads
Game teaching you about advertising.
a game and curriculum designed to educate preteen students about the forms and methods of advertising. Admongo's primary feature is a game in which students earn points by collecting advertisements as they move through a fictional city. As they advance through the game, students will see short videos that explain the type of advertisements they see and how those advertisements attempt to get them to take an action. Watch the video below to learn more. Applications for Education Admongo provides a curriculum for teachers to use with 5th and 6th grade students. The curriculum is designed to complement the lessons students learn by playing the game. On the Admongo curriculum page teachers will find posters, handouts, quizzes and other printable materials to use in their classrooms.
Game to teach advertising techniques. Teacher's guides, lesson plans, etc.
Admongo where advertising is all around you. Online. Outside. On television. Who makes ads? How do they work? What do they want you to do? Here, you will explore, discover, and learn. Can you make it to the top
" * Home * Parents * Teachers * Text Version Admongo.gov * About * Help * Glossary * Ad Library Spread the Word Live the Adventure - AdMongo Welcome to Admongo where advertising is all around you. Online. Outside. On television. Who makes ads? How do they work? What do they want you to do? Here, you will explore, discover, and learn. Can you make it to the top? To get there, you'll answer: Who is responsible for the ad? What is the ad actually saying? What does the ad want me to do?"Discovery Education: Home
Discovery Education: Home
Explore Web 2.0 tech tools and trends for teachers for 2010 – presentation tools, video tools, mobile tools, community tools, and related links.
WEB 20.10 As our students become entrenched in tech and all things online, how can we keep up? Simple new tools make it easier than ever to plug in. From blogs and wikis to incredible presentation tools, nothing is too cool for school. This mashup of online apps will have you talking tech in no time. Presentation tools, video tools, mobile tools, community tools, related links. Parent corner, home resources, lesson plans.open thinking » 80+ Videos for Tech. & Media Literacy
great for presentations
Over the past few years, I have been collecting interesting Internet videos that would be appropriate for lessons and presentations, or personal research, related to technological and media literacy. Here are 70 videos organized into various sub-categories. These videos are of varying quality, cross several genres, and are of varied suitability for classroom us