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Young Media Critics...voicesof the future joined Blogtalk Radio in 2009. Our first show we had as guest, Frank W.Baker, renowned media literacy educator and claimed by "Miss Juanita" -adult co-host of Young Media Critics as her mentor. We learned about media literacy and how to teach no only the children but their parents, guardians and other concerned adults.
It is four years later, let's talk about what is happening in Media & Digital Literacy Education. Are we making progress? Standing still or regressing? Join us on Thursday, 5 p.m. and get the update or "the 411".
Join the Young Media Critics on Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 5 p.m. EST, as they talk with Frank W. Baker, media literacy education consultant and author about the importance of medial literacy education to children, parents and other concerned adults who work with young people.
Frank W. Baker is a media literacy education consultant and the author of three books, including Media Literacy In the K-12 Classroom (ISTE, 2012). He contributed two chapters to Mastering Media Literacy (Solution Tree, 2014). In November 2013, Frank was a co-recipient of the National Telemedia Council‘s annual Jessie McCanse Award given for individual contributions to the field of media literacy over at least 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @fbaker.
The Young Media Critics…voices of the future made a few changes in the program. They will kick off the 2014-2015 season talking about media, literacy, digital messages and more with the Young Media Co-hosts.
Our show is based on “The Inquiry Process/ Free your Mind/Express Your View”-components of media literacy and media education as defined by The Center on Media Literacy (www.medialit.org ). It is not a show to bash the media.
The Young Media Critics Co -Host will share with the listeners how their lives are influenced by the media messages that surround them every day.
Curtain Call Unlimited…Advocates for Media Literacy is new in the world of media literacy however we feel strongly about the importance of media literacy and media education. Our young people must be skilled at “reading” media messages which come in all forms.
While our primary focus is to teach young people, we are also concerned that all citizens are able to question, analyze, evaluate and create media messages as well. So we agree with many of the experts and advocates who see and know the need for media literacy for adults too.
Our special guest will be Suzie Boss. Suzie is a regular contributor to Edutopia and the Stanford Social Innovation Review and a member of Buck Institute for Education National Faculty. Join us to discuss Media Literacy.. Not Just for Kids on Monday, August 6, 2012 at 4 p.m.
Often times we take for granted just how important technology literacy is in our personal, professional and academic lives. For example, I am a diabetic and therefore it is very important for me to monitor my glucose levels; I use Microsoft Excel to track my glucose readings, the times at which I take my glucose readings, the food that I have eaten that day and I also track the highs, lows and averages for the week. I even have charts and graphs to display trends in a pictorial way. Tracking this information allows me to make any necessary changes to my diet, exercise routine and the occasional treat - a piece of "real" lemon cake (not sugar free). That is just one of many ways that I use technology to help me on a personal level. It is only through knowing about Microsoft Excel and spreadsheets that I would have known to use this program to help me with my health.
Listen in to learn more about the different Microsoft Office Suite applications (that you probably already have on your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone) and some of the ways you can use them personally, professionally and academically.
Your host Jeremy York along with new Impact Media college contributor Joe Pimm give their take on the recent college SEC news plus, a preview of the current champions of the SEC: The Auburn Tigers! Can the champs retain the trophy this year? Or did they lose too much in the off-season? All this and more on the new Impact Media show EndZone: The SEC!
The opening show for Young Media Critics...voices of the future with renowned media educator, Frank W. Baker. Frank will join host Juanita Richburg Seon to begin dialogue with young listeners,interested adults about the media. The show is about learning how to interpret, analyze, understand, and create media messages that surround us all everyday.
William “Bill” Bean is an internationally known author, lecturer and media personality with over 30 years of experience in the paranormal field. He has written two books about his experiences, the first entitled Dark Force (2006), which inspired the Discovery
Channel docu-drama “House of the Dead,” and the second entitled Delivered (2010). Bill’s story has given rise to over 1000
Bill has been featured as a paranormal expert on over 30 television shows on the Discovery, Syfy, and Travel Channel as well as news programs on the Fox, CBS, and ABC networks. He has also been featured in over 30 periodicals and news publications,
including the Rolling Stone Magazine (“Encounters of the Strange
and Unexplained”), as well as several published books.
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