Faith Rogow is
the Media Literacy Education Maven
one of the nation's leading media literacy education strategists and innovators
a "big picture" strategic thinker who also understands the practical details needed to
make things happen on the ground
an award-winning instructional designer, curriculum & content developer, and workshop leader
ready to help you meet your goals
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Also by Faith Rogow
More than 250
Specializing in complex & sensitive issues:
- race & racism
- women's rights
- human rights & reconciliation
- the environment
- social and economic justice
and so much more:
Check out my Jan 2017 interview on Food Sleuth Radio.
New book cites the outcomes I developed for media literacy education in early childhood. Check out pages 39-43!
Pleased and honored to have my work included in this excellent resource by Lisa Guernsey and Michael Levine.
Check out the new chapter (co-authored with Cyndy Scheibe): "Sharing Media Literacy Approaches with Parents and Families"
FEATURED IN THE NEW ANTHOLOGY:
FAMILY ENGAGEMENT IN THE DIGITAL AGE: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS AS MEDIA MENTORS
Edited by Chip Donohue from the Erikson Institute's TEC Center.
"Media Literacy in Early Childhood Education: Inquiry-Based Technology Integration"
IS FEATURED IN A NEW ANTHOLOGY:
TECHNOLOGY AND DIGITAL MEDIA in the EARLY YEARS
Edited by Chip Donohue from the Erikson Institute's TEC Center, this important volume explores how to put NAEYC's/FRC's Position Statement on Technology in ECE into practice.
YOU CAN STILL WATCH the WEBINAR:
TAKING TECH INTEGRATION TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Hosted by Imagine Learning, this session explains how to skillfully integrate technology in grades PreK-3 by using inquiry-based media literacy education strategies.
NEW BLOG POST
COUNTING SCREEN TIME MINUTES
ISN'T AN EDUCATION STRATEGY
In a digital world, the full benefits of being literate cannot be achieved without allowing children to engage with technology. And we can’t help children develop digital and media literacy competencies unless we incorporate technologies in ways that are based in sound pedagogy rather than clock management. To put it another way, we can’t accomplish complex educational goals using only a medical model.
It's not too late to watch the WEBINAR:
DIGITAL & MEDIA LITERACY: Practical Pedagogy Behind Successful Technology Integration in ECE
Like pencils, digital technologies are tools. And like pencils, knowing how to use digital devices is part of being literate, but it isn't enough.
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