Sunday

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

SUNDAY, JULY 17

11:00am

Lessons from Leaders: Educational Technology

Kristina Ishmael, Deputy Director

Office of Educational Technology

Department of Education

12:00pm

Break

12:30pm

Centering youth voice in justice-oriented media literacy

National Writing Project (NWP)

Three Brilliant Educators Take You on Their Media Literacy Curriculum Ride

Vic Pasquantonio, Andrea DeGette

My Media Consumption Activity and Tips to Deal with Information Overload

Stanley Currier (he/him), Sabine Berzina (she/her)

Media Literacy, Storytelling and Change: Exploring Identity and Media Literacy with POV Films

Sarah Schroeder (she/her), Dr. Nancy Jennings, Debbie Brewer (she/her)

Decolonizing Media Literacy: Understanding the Influence of Social and Cultural Values Across the Globe

Nisha Sridharan (she/her/hers), Kristy Roschke (she/her/hers), Dawn Gilpin (she/her/hers)

Media Literacy Policy Enactment and Implementation: A Case Study of Washington State

Tessa Jolls  (she), Barbara J. Walkosz (she), Marilyn Cohen  (she), Michael Danielson (he/him/his)

Building a Media Literate World Through Pre-service Teacher Training in Media Literacy Education

Jessica Harvey (she/her), Tracy McNelly (she/her)

12:50pm

Saving Lives: Improving Media and Health Literacy

Caroline Fitzpatrick (she/her), Maria Rankin-Brown (she/her)

Podcasting in the High School English Curriculum

Jodi Hwang (she/her)

1:00pm

PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification by KQED

Rik Panganiban

Leveling Up to Make An Impact: A Public Museum Media Literacy Exhibition

Sue Ellen Christian (she/her/hers), Brianne Pitts (she/her/hers), Katie Murdock (she/her/hers), William (Bill) McElhone

Socially shared inquiry with media and information literacy teachers: gaps and ways forward

Madelyn Garcia (she/her)

“I forgot tech isn’t neutral” : Navigating bias in digital spaces and online searches

Amanda LaTasha Armstrong

1:10pm

A Posthuman Approach to Media Literacy

Richard S. Lewis (he/him)

Whose story, Our story: Personal Storytelling in the Art Room and Media Literacy

Meghan Hipple (she/her/hers)

1:30pm

Break

2:00pm

Plenary

3:00pm

Break

3:30pm

Snapshots and Insights: Media Literacy in Action in Early Childhood

National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC)

Each One Teach One (Curriculum)

Cynthia Sandler (she/her/hers)

Truth Check E-Learning Course & Live Training

LaTroya Hester (she/her/hers), Iman Byfield (she/her/hers)

#FakeToFora – a curriculum on elections and democracy from a media literacy angle

Daniela Machado (she/her), Estevão Zillioli (he/him)

The Media Industry's View of Media Literacy

Kelly Leahy, Ed.D. (she/her)

Making the Grade: Measuring Media Literacy Implementation Statewide

Mary Moen (she/her), Rongwei Tang, Pam Steager, Renee Hobbs

3:50pm

Curiosity and Media: 10 Questions to Build a Media Literate Lens to View Information Through

Bridget Haina (she/her/hers)

Media Literacy and Civic Agency Activities

Daniel E. Vargas Campos (he/him/his)

4:00pm

Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Computational Thinking Skills in Media Education

MELDA YILDIZ

Transnational Information Literacies: Chinese International Students' online information-seeking experiences

Huan Gao (she/her)

4:10pm

Logic Checking the News

Jonathan Haber

Learning Games Lab Toolkit

Amanda LaTasha Armstrong, Barbara Chamberlin, Amy Chacon

4:30pm

Break

5:00pm

Closing Event

Black Girls Film Camp

Jimmeka Anderson