Media Awareness Network releases report
The Ottawa-based Media-Awareness Network has recently released a new research publication, Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Teacher Perspectives, the most recent in a series of studies that looks at the “behaviours, attitudes, and opinions” of Internet use in Canadian children and youth. Following on two previous studies (2001 and 2006), the new study (released February, 2012) shares the voices of educators from various regions of Canada.
View(PDF) Young Canadians in a Wired World, Phase III: Teacher Perspectives.
In addition to the new document, educators will find other valuable resources in the Media and Internet Education Resources: For Teachers section, including a by-topic and grade searchable database of media-awareness lessons.