Stop Think Check: Introducing digital media literacy into the classroom

Stop Think Check: Introducing digital media literacy into the classroom

To mark the Be Media Smart Campaign and as part of Global Media and Information Literacy Week, Webwise will host a free webinar for primary teachers on helping pupils develop digital media literacy skills.

This webinar will provide practical guidance and support on understanding what digital media literacy is, why it is important, how to embed it into the school environment. The session will explore best-practice, highlight relevant teaching resources and opportunities to embed digital media literacy across the curriculum.


This webinar will take place at 7pm on Tuesday, October 24th. Registration is free.


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