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National Media Education Week - November 19-24, 2006Media Awareness Network is proud to launch Canada's first ever National Media Education Week November 19-24th. Events in support of media education are taking place across the country including; parent workshops, student contests, media fairs, public forums, professional development presentations and conference sessions. Media Awareness Network is also pleased to launch a new Public Service Announcement campaign designed to promote media literacy. Help support media education by becoming involved in activities taking place across the country.

National Media Education Week – Events Calendar


Media Education: Make It Happen!Media Education: Make It Happen! Program

In celebration of National Media Education Week (November 19-24), we have created the Media Education: Make It Happen! program – a series of free downloadable resources to help educators understand and facilitate media literacy in their classrooms. The bilingual resources include a booklet, workshop and a facilitator’s guide with handouts.

Media Education: Make It Happen!



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