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How do I: Learn about media influences?

This guide covers Information, Media, and Digital Literacy concepts and Digital Citizenship Gr. 7-8 students, as well as teachers & parents.

Learn about Media Influences

Media Literacy - Parent & Teacher Resources

Media Literacy Games

What is media anyway?

Media Literacy Resources

Definition of Bias:

"A tendency to believe that some people, ideas, etc., are better than others that usually results in treating some people unfairly."

Source: Merriam-Webster

The Don't Buy It website, from PBS, encourages young people, especially those 9-11 years old, to think critically about media - television, radio, magazines, the Web...

Screen Time Recommendations - Information for Parents

Media includes both Mass Media and Social Media.  It is distributed in many different forms, including print, video, audio, and online.  Although media can have positive influences on youth, it can also have very negative impacts.  

Source: American Academy of Pediatrics