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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.

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Parenting the Net GenerationNational Program Helps Parents Understand and Engage in Their Kids’ Online Activities

Media Awareness Network and the Canadian Home and School Federation have partnered to present Parenting the Net Generation, a national school-based Internet literacy and safety program that provides tools and solutions to help parents positively manage Internet use in the home.

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MyMediaMyMedia Video Podcast Contest

MNet is launching MyMedia, a national video podcast contest, to encourage teachers to bring media education into their classrooms. Students, in Grades 7-12, are challenged to produce a two minute podcast on the subject of media representation. The judging panel is composed of media educators, youth and television personalities including Adam Ruggiero, from DeGrassi: The Next Generation, and Much Music VJ Devon Soltendieck.

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Parenting the Net GenerationParental Involvement can ensure kids stay safe while benefit from the Internet

Parents can work together to ensure kids are safe and savvy surfers by organizing a Parenting the Net Generation workshop at their school.

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Be Web AwareBe Web Aware

For more ideas on how to build partnerships in your community to raise awareness about kids’ Internet use, check out Be Web Aware, our public education program on Internet safety.

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