Education

Sorting It Out

December 06, 2000 1 min read

Here is a sampling of media-literacy resources for educators.

Organizations | Publications and Videos

Organizations

Publications and Videos

  • Changing the World Through Media Literacy, by Sue Lockwood Summers, published by Fulcrum Publishing, Golden, Colo., $18 plus $3 shipping; (800) 992-2908.
  • Media Alert! 200 Activities To Create Media-Savvy Kids, by Sue Lockwood Summers, published by Media Alert!, Littleton Colo, $15 plus $3 shipping; (800) 986-5560, code 02.
  • “View Smart to Vote Smart” is a video and pamphlet on interpreting political campaigns and advertisements, by Cable in the Classroom, free.
  • The Web-Savvy Student, Betsy Hedberg, distributed by the Center for Media Literacy, Los Angeles, features lesson plans for middle and high school students, $19.95.

A version of this article appeared in the December 06, 2000 edition of Education Week as Sorting It Out

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