Use visuals to introduce new content
Use visuals to generate questions and inquiry
Use visuals to build background knowledge
Use visuals to create understanding and empathy of SDGs
Use visuals for active cognitive thinking
Use visuals for analysis of information
Recognize mis and dis information of visuals
Explore visual algorithm bias
Develop intentionality of diversity in material curation
5 mins - Visuals to build community
5 mins - Connection to power of images
5 mins - DEI discussion of visual evolution and application
5 mins - Notice/Wonder: “light” to “heavy” images
5 mins - Diversity audit of content
5 mins - Notice/Wonder activity > CER
10 mins - Slow Reveal strategy cross curricular
5 mins - Presearch & Inquiry
5 mins - Participant curation
5 mins - Media Literacy: misinformation, disinformation, algorithm bias
5 mins - Q & A
Pear Deck for audience engagement and participation, crowd sourced collections, application & reflection
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