Presenter: Frank Baker
Date: August 12, 12:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Location: Carolina Forest High Lab A101
Description of Session: Join media educator Frank Baker for this session on better understanding copyright. In 2010, a new report clarified many of the rights teachers have. Come learn about the report as well as receive valuable resources to help both you and your students. As our students become avid consumers of online tools, it becomes imperative for educators to equip students with the skills needed to honor the work of others that is available digitally and otherwise. Understanding the protocol, knowledge, and resources available to directly and explicitly teach students how to be critical consumers of media information, and how to honor the intellectual property of others (and ALL that this entails) has become a critical component of the language arts curriculum. Join media education consultant for this hands-on presentation designed to student address learning in the 21st century.
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