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Sherri Hope Culver

Sherri Hope Culver. NAMLE’s role. Professional Development. Membership. Research Leadership. Advocacy. NAMLE activities & services. Making our mark everywhere. Locally. Nationally. Internationally!. NAMLE vision and mission. • Our Vision

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Sherri Hope Culver

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  1. Sherri Hope Culver

  2. NAMLE’s role Professional Development Membership Research Leadership Advocacy

  3. NAMLE activities & services

  4. Making our mark everywhere Locally Nationally Internationally!

  5. NAMLE vision and mission • Our Vision “to help individuals of all ages develop the habits of inquiry and skills of expression that they need to be critical thinkers, effective communicators and active citizens in today’s world.” • Our Mission ”to expand and improve the practice of media literacy education in the United States.”

  6. NAMLE conferences

  7. NAMLE publications

  8. The Core Principles of Media Literacy Education 1. Media Literacy Education requires active inquiry and critical thinking about the messages we receive and create. 2. Media Literacy Education expands the concept of literacy (i.e., reading and writing) to include all forms of media. 3. Media Literacy Education builds and reinforces skills for learners of all ages. Like print literacy, those skills necessitate integrated, interactive, and repeated practice. 4. Media Literacy Education develops informed, reflective and engaged participants essential for a democratic society. 5. Media Literacy Education recognizes that media are a part of culture and function as agents of socialization. 6. Media Literacy Education affirms that people use their individual skills, beliefs and experiences to construct their own meanings from media messages.

  9. UNESCO UNAOC UNITWIN- University Twining and Networkin g Programme

  10. CALL FOR PROPOSALS Seeking proposals for articles to be published in the 2014 Yearbook on Media and Information Literacy and Intercultural Dialogue. Theme: “Global Citizenship in a Digitally Networked World”. DEADLINE FOR ABSTRACTS: 1 January 2014 Proposal submission form available @ http://milunesco.unaoc.org/unesco-unaoc- mil-intercultural-dialogue-call-for-papers/

  11. Please stay in touch! Sherri Hope Culver 215-204-3255 shculver@shculver@temple.edu

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