How must curricula change with the new demands for global education and for learning anytime, anywhere? CML's Tessa Jolls explores these questions in the Journal of Media Literacy Education, in her article "The New Curricula, Propelling the Growth of Media Literacy Education.”
CML now offers FREE resources for getting started with media literacy. CML's acclaimed evidence-based framework for media literacy provides a global standard that is widely used by educators around the world. In an effort to promote media literacy worldwide, we are offering FREE materials in a variety of languages (Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Turkish, Arabic, Korean, Chinese, Bosnian). Global OnRamp resources are available as FREE downloads through the CML Store.
The MILID Yearbook 2015 Media and Information Literacy for the Sustainable Development Goals is now available. The Yearbook includes an article by Tessa Jolls and Carolyn Wilson on the Fundamentals for Global Teaching and Learning. http://milunesco.unaoc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/milid_yearbook_20151.pdf
CML's Tessa Jolls received the International Media and Information Literacy Award from the Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL). The honor was awarded at this year's NAMLE/GAPMIL conference during Global Media and Information Literacy Week. Read the press release from UNESCO-UNAOC here.
Beyond Blame: Challenging Violence in the Media, A Recipe for Action and Smoke Detectors! have been selected by the California Department of Education as high quality curriculum for in-class and after school programs. California Healthy Kids Resource Library and CASRC library. All CML curricula meet Common Core State Standards. The longitudinal evaluation of CML's framework and curriculum, Beyond Blame: Challenging Violence in the Media, is now available through peer-reviewed journals. Longitudinal research.