This program is a perfect companion piece to 2006's critically acclaimed Teaching Media Literacy: Asking Questions. It contains previously unseen interviews with important figures in the media literacy movement discussing issues such as consumerism, body image, politics and media, early childhood media education, and more. Continue to fight passive consumerism and to promote critical thinking with Teaching Media Literacy: Asking More Questions. Great as a companion piece or on its own.
Contains previously unreleased interviews with Elizabeth Thoman, Tessa Jolls, and Jeff Share of the Center for Media Literacy, Mathew Needleman of VideoInTheClassroom.com, and more.
Perfect for in-class use.
2008, 117 minutes, NTSC DVD
This title is OUT OF PRINT.
Tessa Jolls, CEO, Center for Media Literacy
Elizabeth Thoman, President, Center for Media Literacy
Michael Gougis, Freelance Writer / Media Professor
Mathew Needleman, Elementary School Teacher / Video Producer
Jeff Share, Media Trainer, Center for Media Literacy
Megan Parlen, Media Literacy Expert
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