Media Literacy CPD course Part 3
This course is designed for secondary school teachers who are looking to build their subject knowledge and pedagogy to teach media literacy through citizenship. Teachers will become:
-confident in using key terms to teach media literacy
-confident in using critical thinking and other pedagogies
-skilled at using news and media topical issues to build resilience and counter negative news effects
The previous two sessions will have established the difference between mis, dis and mal-information and explores the impact of negative news in a democratic society. Then, you will have used real and topical issues including the covid19 pandemic and explore practical approaches to building pupils knowledge, understanding and skills
Session 3: will involve teachers using their learning from sessions 1 and 2 to develop their own lessons and resources and exploring wider implications of negative news events in different societies across the world
The course is structured in 3 parts that link together, if you'd like to complete the whole course please book here.
For teachers attending all 3 sessions, they will be required to complete self-study tasks between sessions 1 and 2.
For those who complete all 3 parts you receive a CPD certificate from ACT, endorsed by US embassy and ShoutOut UK
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