NAMLE

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NAMLENational Association for Media Literacy Education (Cherry Hill, NJ)
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According to the NAMLE information, the NewseumED.org website provides:
"The goal is not to create cynical people who don't trust anything--it's about creating informed skeptics," says Michelle Ciulla Lipkin, NAMLE's executive director.
The interconnections between visual literacy and historical thinking manifest in both media literacy and Common Core, which provide space for students to explore the relationships between authors of diverse, multiple, and competing informational texts and their intended audiences (Buckingham, 2003; NAMLE, 2014).
One of the definitions of media literacy offered on the website of NAMLE (the National Association for Media Literacy Education) includes the following:
It empowers people to be critical thinkers and makers, effective communicators and active citizens, according to information from the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE).
This issue is at the heart of the National Association for Media Literacy Education (NAMLE; namle .net), which sent out an email on Nov.
For more tips on using primary sources, go to http://www.loe.gov.teachers Historians and visual literacy scholars recognize the photographer's influence in selecting a single frame from a sequence of events or an image where the subjects' facial features make announcements that the subjects may not have intended (Buckingham, 2003; NAMLE, 2014; Nokes, 2011; Wineburg, 2001).