• Teaching essential skills to
    empower smart, safe media choices

Media Literacy Training Sessions

Full day professional development on media literacy and our new middle school curriculum, Screenshots.

Social media has an enormous influence on middle school students. It shapes their perceptions on everything from relationships to substance use. When students are media literate, they can create positive social connections with digital communities and build empathy that can help to diffuse conflict both online and in face-to-face interactions. This training provides educators with the tools and resources to build these media literacy skills in the classroom.

Coming to a School Near You

Thanks to the NH Department of Justice, this program is available to teachers at a low cost. The full-day course and digital curriculum tools are only $10 per person including lunch.

Please select the date and location of the training that you’d like to attend when purchasing your ticket below. If you don’t see a training in your area but are interested is either hosting a training at your school or being notified if a training is scheduled in your region, please email our Education Program Manager, Claire Garand, at [email protected]org.

COVID-19 Update: Please note that Media Power Youth has postponed all in-person professional development trainings during the month of March. We are closely monitoring the situation and will be providing updates soon on future training dates. Please follow us on Facebook where we will be sharing strategizes for parents and educators on navigating digital learning, social media use, and news content. We’ll also be celebrating the unique ways individuals and communities are creating positive connections through media during this difficult time. 

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