Media Constructions of Environment, Sustainability, and Environmental Justice

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Project Look Sharp offers standards-aligned lessons that empower students to decode media depictions related to the environment, sustainability, and environmental justice, covering a wide array of topics from climate change to economics. Its constructivist media decoding approach can be applied across multiple subject areas, including science, social science, history, language arts, and more, providing a versatile pedagogical resource for educators.

Mucktracker’s Climate Change & Media Literacy Lessons

Mucktracker serves as a valuable tool for teaching students the profound impact of language on our perceptions of the world, with a specific focus on climate change reporting. Through its lessons and resources, Mucktracker empowers educators to foster classroom discussions from an ecomedia literacy perspective, enabling students to critically assess media coverage, identify patterns, and discern the implications for our contemporary world.

Ecomedia Literacy in SWANA

This learning platform is part of a research study on implementing ecomedia literacy from a critical pedagogy perspective in Lebanon. It includes case studies (e-waste and bitcoin), learning materials, and research links.