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Hobbs AUSACE 2011

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Renee Hobbs offers keynote address at AUSACE 2011 in Beirut, Lebanon, October 31.

Renee Hobbs offers keynote address at AUSACE 2011 in Beirut, Lebanon, October 31.

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  • 1. How  Digital  and    Media  Literacy  Educa5on     Promotes  Global    Cultural  Understanding           Renee  Hobbs   Temple  University   Media  Educa5on  Lab     Arab-­‐US  Associa-on  of  Communica-on  Educators   American  University  of  Beirut   October  31,  2011  
  • 2. NEW  TEXTS   NEW  TOOLS  
  • 3. Ignore   Engage  
  • 4. Expanding  the  Concept  of  Literacy   Print  Literacy   Visual  Literacy   Informa5on  Literacy   Media  Literacy   Computer  Literacy   News  Literacy   Digital  Literacy  
  • 5. One  Expansive  Conceptualiza-on     to  Unite  Them  All   Key  Concepts  
  • 6. Key  Concepts   Authors     Messages     Representa-on     &     &     &  Audiences   Meanings   Reali-es    
  • 7. One  Expansive  Conceptualiza-on     to  Unite  Them  All   Key  Concepts  
  • 8. One  Expansive  Conceptualiza-on     to  Unite  Them  All   Learning   Process   Key  Concepts  
  • 9. Learning  Process   Comprehend  and     Make  Sense  of  All  Sorts  of  Texts       Use  Technology  Tools  Well  ACCESS     Gather  Informa5on   Independently    
  • 10. Learning  Process   Ask  Good  Ques5ons     Evaluate  the  Quality  &  Value  of   Messages  ANALYZE     Explore  Context  in  Meaningful  Ways  
  • 11. Learning  Process   Use  Mul5ple  Modes  of  Expression     Reach  Authen5c  Audiences    COMPOSE   Manipulate  Content  and  Form  in   Rela5on  to  Purpose  and  Audience  
  • 12. Learning  Process   Ac5vate  Mul5perspec5val  Thinking     Predict  Consequences  and  Use   Hypothe5cal  Reasoning    REFLECT   Examine  Issues  of  Power  and   Responsibility    
  • 13. Learning  Process     Connect  the  Classroom  to  the  World     Strengthen  Leadership  and   Collabora5on    ACT   Develop  Integrity  and  Accountability    
  • 14. Does  Your  Classroom  Support  the  Learning   Process  of  Digital  &  Media  Literacy?   REFLECT   ACCESS   ANALYZE   CREATE   ACT  
  • 15. Case  Study:  Roberts  Elementary  School  
  • 16. Program  Elements  ü   Ac5va5ng  prior  knowledge  and  dismantling  stereotypes  ü Gathering  informa5on  to  extend  cultural  knowledge  ü Represen5ng  ideas  through  image,  language  &  sound  ü Developing  cri5cal  analysis  skills  ü Using  film  to  develop  emo5onal  connectedness  to  the  other  ü Understanding  the  constructed  nature  of  film  ü Strengthening  civic  dialogue  through  online  crea5ve  expression  
  • 17. Case  Study:  Youth  Workshop  on  Media   Representa-ons  of  Iranian  Culture  
  • 18. Representa-ons  of  Persian  Culture  
  • 19. Characteris-cs  of  the  DML  Learning  Environment   ü Integra5on  of  speaking,  listening,  reading,  wri5ng,  media   analysis  and  media  produc5on   ü Ac5ve  interpreta5on  emphasizes  the  power  of  student  voice   ü Climate  of  respect  and  trust  supports  the  sharing  of  diverse   ideas  &  perspec5ves   ü “Why”  ques5ons  are  plen5ful   ü Space  for  the  “teachable  moment”   ü Use  of  mass  media,  popular  culture  &  digital  media  connects   the  classroom  to  the  culture   ü Project-­‐based  learning  promotes  collabora5on  and  cri5cal   thinking    
  • 20. REFLECT   ACCESS  ANALYZE   CREATE   ACT  
  • 21. Strategies  for  Implementa-on:    University-­‐School  Partnerships   ü  Direct  Service  to  Children  and  Youth     ü  Field  Experience  Courses   ü  In-­‐School  Mentoring  to  Classroom   Teachers   ü  Teacher  Professional  Development   ü  Curriculum  Development   ü  Parent  Outreach  Programs        
  • 22. How  are  you  helping  students  to  develop  the  knowledge   and  skills  they  need  to  thrive  in  the  21st  century?  
  • 23. BEGINNING  IN  JANUARY:  Founding  Director  Harrington  School  of  Communica5on  and  Media  University  of  Rhode  Island  Email:  renee.hobbs@uri.edu     www.mediaeduca5onlab.com  

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