Media literacy

KQED Media Literacy Innovators | Education KQED

Each year, we are thrilled to welcome K-12 educators from across the country to become KQED Media Literacy Innovators to collaborate with KQED to create and share the best professional and classroom development resources on media literacy. They are educator ambassadors who love KQED Education resources and are enthusiastic advocates for media literacy, student voice, and youth civic engagement. They are teachers who integrate media analysis and media creation skills into their classrooms, and share these skills with colleagues to enhance teaching and learning in face-to-face and virtual settings. They are also coaches, librarians, and technology and media coordinators who provide media literacy training to other educators. If this describes you, then this might be the right program for you!

“The KQED Media Literacy Innovator program opens the door to a professional learning network that will inspire, refine and extend your content knowledge and skills. This allowed me to empower my students consume and produce media responsibly and thoughtfully inside and outside the classroom.”
– Jim Bentley, Elementary Educator

The KQED Media Literacy Innovators program is a carefully selected cohort of educator ambassadors who are:

  • Glad to share KQED services and resources with other educators
  • K-12 teachers of all subjects, instructional coaches and librarians
  • Enthusiastic advocates for media literacy, student voice, and youth civic engagement
  • Actively use KQED Education resources in their practice
  • Media literacy inside and outside the classroom

Meet the 2021-2022 Media Literacy Innovators

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