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Global Media Literacy Education

Event Date:

November 8, 2023 | 4:00 PM CST TO 5:00 PM CST
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Join the Pulitzer Center Education team for a virtual workshop to learn more about the many types of misinformation and approaches to media literacy. Participants will reflect on what global media literacy looks like in the classroom by exploring thinking routines and resources that encourage students to make local-global connections and identify power structures and dominant narratives that shape media. This workshop will feature Ray Salazar, an alumnus of the Pulitzer Center's Teacher Fellowship program and educator with 30 years of experience in the classroom. Salazar will share his experience teaching Can I Ask You Something?, an original project-based unit that cultivates global media literacy, and his tips for other educators doing this work.

This event is part of the International Book Club series from the Institute for Regional and International Studies National Resource Center. The first 25 teachers to register will receive a free copy of the book What the Fact?! by Dr. Seema Yasmin! You can learn more about this book on combating misinformation and access a free teaching guide for the book at

This event will be held using Zoom meeting. While not required, participants are encouraged to join from a computer with which they can access their mic and camera in order to engage fully with the workshop.

The workshop is free and open to educators everywhere, but registration is required.