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The Walking Dead, hip-hop, Snapchat, and the U.S. presidential race. All resources for learning. We’ll explore new literacies in practice to glean how student-led exploration using meaningful topics and engaging tools can make learning pop.

12/6/2016
When: Tuesday, September 13, 2016
3:00 AM
Where: Online
Contact: http://tinyurl.com/jqew7bu

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Title: Pop Literacy

Date: Tuesday, December 06, 2016

Time: 03:00 PM Eastern Standard Time

Duration: 1 hour

Summary

The Walking Dead, hip-hop, Snapchat, and the U.S. presidential race. All resources for learning. We’ll explore new literacies in practice to glean how student-led exploration using meaningful topics and engaging tools can make learning pop.

Panelists

Frank Baker - Founder, The Media Literacy Clearinghouse

Renee Hobbs - Director, Media Education Lab, University of Rhode Island

James Miles - Fresh Ed, Urban Arts Partnership; Adjunct Professor, New York University

Moderator

Kathy Ishizuka – Executive Editor, School Library Journal
 

Presented by: ISTE & School Library Journal

Event Date & Time: Tuesday, December 6th, 2016, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PT

In case any of the three time slots are inconvenient, registered participants get access to the webcast archives, which can be viewed at any time. Details on SLJ’s webcasts can be found on SLJ.com and via Twitter: @sljournal  The event hashtag is #SLJISTE.

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