Virtual Event: Let’s Talk About Fake News
December 3 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
This will be an overview of how to approach teaching fake news through the lens of media literacy. Helping students take on a media mindset means understanding the 5 core concepts of media literacy – AUTHORSHIP, FORMAT, AUDIENCE, CONTENT, PURPOSE – and their corresponding questions. Asking these questions can deepen your understanding of the messages and tools of all media.”
1PD Credit Available
Josh Drews has been teaching visual art at Spring Valley High School in Columbia, SC since 2001. He has helped develop arts curriculum for South Carolina, including co-authoring the 2010 and 2017 SC Media Arts standards and he has written SC curriculum guides for Media Arts and Printmaking. He is the former president of the South Carolina Art Education Association and Secondary Director for the National Art Education Association. He is also an avid printmaker and working artist and has most recently been recognized as the 2020 National Secondary Art Educator of the year. He is proud to have a deep passion for teaching art, media literacy, students, comic books, video games, his super-talented art teacher wife, two amazing daughters, and battle cat Tobias.
Members and non-members are welcome to join us!
If you would like to earn Illinois PD hours for this webinar, please choose the PD option.