Complete set with conductor score.
Drew Michael McWeeney demonstrates effective and appropriate use of digital literacy skills in teaching elementary, middle school, and high school classrooms regardless of content, grade level, and subject area. Research shows that digital literacy skills can be an extremely efficient way to introduce and refine techniques in communication. The strategies, tools, and techniques presented in this video series is intended to enhance any media literacy teaching resource and lead to digital literacy.
In these video clips, Drew Michael McWeeney discusses digital literacy techniques—from blogging to reading comprehension annotations—and then effectively puts these techniques into practice in front of three grade levels from one public school district in Connecticut: elementary (grade 1), middle school (grade 7), and high school (grade 12). This series includes PDF files with full lesson plans for each classroom teaching segment.