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New Media Literacy Education (NMLE): A Developmental Approach

New Media Literacy Education (NMLE): A Developmental Approach

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Published by Diana Graber
Record high participation of school-aged children in a new digital world has adults wondering how to teach new media literacy. To date, much of the educational focus has been on technical skills, but what students need most are skills that will prepare them to navigate the ethical challenges that loom in cyberspace. While most schools are too over-burdened to undertake this task, Waldorf-inspired schools are laying a foundation for new media literacy without using technology at all. By extending these strategies into the digital world, these schools could be the first to get new media literacy education right.
Record high participation of school-aged children in a new digital world has adults wondering how to teach new media literacy. To date, much of the educational focus has been on technical skills, but what students need most are skills that will prepare them to navigate the ethical challenges that loom in cyberspace. While most schools are too over-burdened to undertake this task, Waldorf-inspired schools are laying a foundation for new media literacy without using technology at all. By extending these strategies into the digital world, these schools could be the first to get new media literacy education right.

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Published by: Diana Graber on Jan 19, 2011
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New Media Literacy Education (NMLE):A Developmental Approach
By: Diana Graber diana@graberproductions.com December 17, 2010Fielding Graduate UniversityFinal Capstone Project
 
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 Abstract
Recordhighparticipationofschool‐agedchildreninanewdigitalworldhasadultswonderinghowtoteachnewmedialiteracy.Todate,muchoftheeducationalfocushasbeenontechnicalskills,butwhatstudentsneedmostareskillsthatwillpreparethemtonavigatetheethicalchallengesthatloomincyberspace.Whilemostschoolsaretooover‐burdenedtoundertakethistask,Waldorf‐inspiredschoolsarelayingafoundationfornewmedialiteracywithoutusingtechnologyatall.Byextendingthesestrategiesintothedigitalworld,theseschoolscouldbethefirsttogetnewmedialiteracyeducationright.
 
 
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TableofContentsNewMediaLiteracyEducation:ADevelopmentalApproach
4
 AShortHistoryofMediaLiteracyEducation
5TakeOneAFocusonTechnologyLiteracy5TakeTwoAShifttoMediaLiteracy7
SkillsNeededforNewMediaLiteracy
9
ANewTool10
 ACognitive-DevelopmentalApproachtoEthicalThinking
11OverlookedByTheISTEStandards11CognitiveandMoralDevelopment12ADevelopmentalTrajectoryforDigitalMediaUse14
EthicalThinkingandMediaLiteracyEducation
16
EducatingforNewMediaLiteracy17
CharacterEducationfortheDigitalAge
17
OneApproach17EducatingtheWholePerson19ACommitmenttoWhatisDevelopmentallyAppropriate20Storytelling21APlacefortheArtsintheClassroom22PreservingaSenseofWonderTowardtheNaturalWorld24
DigitalCitizenshipforMiddleSchoolStudents
25ItsNotAbouttheTools25MiddleSchoolStudentsandNetworkedPublics25TeachingDigitalCitizenship26
Conclusion
28
References
29
 

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