Friday

2022 Conference Schedule

All times listed are in Eastern Time (ET).
This schedule is subject to change.

Audience Key

Note: The categories below represent the youngest audience/setting for which the session is recommended. Many sessions have multiple recommended audiences. Check individual session listings in the online conference platform for the full list of recommended audiences

National Media Literacy Alliance

Pre-K
Elementary+

Upper Elem/

Middle+

High School+

Higher Education+

Out-of-School/
Continuing Ed

All/Most

FRIDAY, JULY 15

11:00am

Opening Keynote
Mirrors, Windows, & Sliding Glass Doors: Building an Inclusive & Mindful Culture

Kenneth Shelton

12:00pm

Break

12:30pm

The Role of Media Literacy in Supporting Student Understanding and Critiquing the World through Mathematics

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

Reading the

Media K-3

Pamela Pereyra (she/her/hers)

Using Current Events Assignments to Teach Media Literacy in Social Studies Classrooms

Stephanie Griffin

Super High-

Grade Cultural Appropriation: Using Social Media to Critique Consumer Culture

JuliAnna Ávila, Ph.D. (she/her/hers),
Karla Kingsley, Ph.D. (she/her/hers)

Media Literacy in US and Brazil: experiences from the capital cities

Fernando Oliveira Paulino, Diogo Lopes de Oliveira

Building Informed Citizenship Through Lateral Reading in Canada — “CTRL-F: Find the Facts” Curriculum and Study Findings

Jessica Elena Brodsky (she/her), Patricia J. Brooks (she/her), Ken Boyd (he/him), Brian Weishar (he/him)

12:50pm

Using a “Share- Compare-Repair” framework to analyze popular media sources in K3 out-of-school time

Monica Blaisdell

NexGen News

Laura Segre (she/her), Dr. Michelle McGuire (she/her)

Power, Prejudice, and Portrayals in News: Teaching Representation from a Critical News Literacy Perspective

Christine McWhorter (she/her)

1:00pm

1:10pm

Habits and Routines: Lessons from Early Childhood Education about Media Literacy as a Foundation for Culturally Responsive Classrooms

Faith Rogow (she/her)

Los Angeles Times coverage of the Sleepy Lagoon Trial and the “Zoot Suit Riots” (1942-43)

Gwynne Ellen Ash (she/her/hers)

A Choice of Weapons: Inspired by Gordon Parks Portfolio Projects

Emily Keating (she/her), Chloe Fernandez (she/her)

1:30pm

Break

2:00pm

Town Hall Conversation:
Media Literacy + Policy

Town Hall Conversation:
Media Literacy + Mental Health

3:00pm

Break

3:30pm

Youth Media Creation: Using social media as an engine to rev up school culture

Journalism Education Association (JEA)

Let's Speak Media Literacy!

Nadina Nicolici (she/her/hers)

Learn to Discern in Education – Strategy for Integration of Media Literacy into National Policy and Illustrative Integrated Lesson Plans

Maryna Dorosh, (she/her), Diana Ivanna Moshkovska, (she/her), Tetiana Karas, (she/her)

Mapping Media Literacy Programming to Counter Disinformation


Alexandra Woodward, Ran Zhu, Aleksandra Popovik, Christopher Wozniak, Daniel Johansson, Nicole D'souza

Cyber Citizenship Initiative

Jimmeka Anderson

Nathan Fisk

James Welsh

Mikayla Brown

3:50pm

Teaching Digital & Media Literacy in an Era of Modern Day Propaganda

Dr. Jennifer L. Parker, Dr. Troy Hicks, Kathryn Grunow

Game Based Learning: Helping Students Build Media Literacy Muscle Memory

Dan Choe (he/him)

Global On-Ramp To Media Literacy


Linda Wiley, Monika Hanley, Michele Johnsen

Context Tracing: An Online Scavenger Hunt for Verification

Rosa Garza-Mourino, (she/her), Asa Wilder, (he/him)

4:00pm

Supporting Readiness through Vital Civic Empowerment (SRVCE) Curriculum & Professional Learning

Wendy Rivenburgh (she/hers)

4:10pm

Cyber Civics:

Media Literacy

for Positive Participation Lessons

Diana Graber,

Soni Albright

#ForYou: A Game About Algorithms

Matthew Johnson

Taking it online – EducaMídia’s Media Literacy MOOC for Educators

Mariana Ochs (she/her)

Evaluating Online Sources through Lateral Reading: An Introduction (online tutorial)

Andrea Baer, Daniel Kipnis

4:30pm

Break

5:00pm

Lessons from Leaders: Civic Education

Louise Dube

Executive Director, iCivics

5:45pm

Break

6:00pm

Evening Event