Posted byGeorge Mayo
I teach a class called Lights, Camera, Media Literacy! that has a great children's book project in the curriculum. The students create children's books in order to learn about the basic elements of plot. I thought it would be fun to take this...
Posted byDanielle Filipiak
Teaching can be so messy. And learning to teach even messier.
Posted byNick Kremer
This resource will help teachers and students become better readers of sequential art narratives by leading them through the process of designing and composing their own comic strip, using a wide variety of mentor text examples throughout the...
Learn to Listen. Really Listen: “Storytelling and Digital Age Civics” Series Artists and Activists Share Seven Key Insights
Posted bySangita Shresthova
This resource shares seven key educator-oriented insights from the January 2014 Connected Learning TV "Storytelling and Digital Age Civics" webinar series. Organized by the Media Activism and Participatory Politics (MAPP) Project at USC and its...
Posted byWriting for Change
The San Diego Writing Project has had a focus for the past few years on digital literacy. An over arching question has been “How do we motivate teachers to go from consumers of media, to producers of media?”
Posted by Christopher Rogers on Nov 17, 2014
Posted by Liz Prather on Nov 16, 2014