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WORKSHOPS 

Workshops are 60-minute intensive programs that give you a chance to develop new skills while exploring a range of useful digital tools that support literacy, learning, critical thinking and creative expression. Participants choose workshops that are available both in Chicago and online, anytime or in real time

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  • Anti-Racist Teaching and Learning

  • Teaching Argument in the Real World

  • Mapping Digital Storytelling

  • Digital Annotation Pedagogies

  • Filtering the Exoflood: Strategies for Media Literacy

  • Analyzing Children's Influencers

  • Building a Culture of Personal Digital Inquiry

  • What's Holding You Back? Overcoming Obstacles in News Media Literacy

  • Interdisciplinary Problem-Based Learning

  • Reimagining Assessments through Exhibitions of Learning

  • Giving & Getting Feedback in Digital Spaces

  • Inspire, Engage, Connect, and Share: F2F and Virtual

  • Copyright? Copy-wrong?

  • Algorithmic Personalization & Propaganda

  • Go From No to (Almost) Pro: Learn How to Edit in WeVideo in 60 minutes

  • F2F Collaboration Tools and Techniques

  • Multimedia Non-Fiction as Mentor Text

  • Let’s Get Graphic with Book Creator

  • Inspire Digital Citizens and Leaders

  • Using Augmented Reality to Augment History

  • Rethinking Learning in the Digital Literacy Classroom

  • Middle School Media Literacy

  • Sounds We See

  • Collaborative Tools and Practices for Learning Spaces

  • Online Learning in Higher Education

  • Wakelet as a Digital Authorship Tool

  • Visible Thinking for Deeper Learning

  • Using Digital Tools to Support Argumentation and Social Deliberation

  • Show What You Know with Media

  • Evaluating Media Education Materials 

  • Building Historical Thinking with Images

  • How the Summer Institute Became My Class

  • Re-Visioning Education: Lessons Learned in Leading for Equity

  • Teacher as Learner Journey

  • Field Trips as a Journey of Learning

  • Learning is Social and Emotional

  • Connecting High School and University

  • Making Media Literacy the Heartbeat of Your Curriculum

  • Analyzing Media Bias and Audience Bias

  • Remixing Representation with WeVideo

  • Myth of the Digital Native

  • Media Literacy in Higher Education