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Media Literacy Resource Bank

Overview: Equipping the youth of Colorado with the critical thinking skills necessary to analyze the information, claims, and sources presented to them through traditional and digital media will empower them to make more informed decisions. The basis for this resource bank was developed by a committee created through HB 21-1103 (PDF) which will include classroom resources for K-12, educator professional development, instructional tools for teaching media literacy, and student & parent resources. If you are an educator in Colorado and have suggestions for a great free resource, please email Stephanie Hartman.

Questions? Please contact Stephanie Hartman with any questions. View the Media Literacy Resource Bank landing page for more information.

10 Creative Ways to Teach Media Literacy (Canva)

Media education is now required in many curricula across the world. Schools are working hard to help teachers prepare students for changes in the industry and have continued access to the right tools for the job. As the digital world develops, at what often seems like a daily pace, teachers will need resources to stay abreast of current trends. Canva is one tool that has this adaptive capacity. In this post we’ll show you how to use it to stay ahead of the curve.

Type of Resource:

  • Classroom Resource
  • Lesson Plan/Lesson Design


  • Access
  • Action
  • Analysis
  • Creativity
  • Critical Thinking
  • Evaluation


  • Teacher and Student


  • Language Arts
  • Social Studies


Free Resource!


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