Media Literacy Webinar Series

Join Capstone’s Joe Burns and Industry Expert Victoria Thompson for a five-part series that teaches effective leadership of K-5 students through the digital world.  

Your hosts invite a different expert in media literacy to share their insights in celebration of digital citizenship. You are invited to attend just one of these 30-minute sessions or the entire series. Capstone is delighted to support you in instilling those crucial critical thinking skills in your early learners. 

Webinar Hosts, Victoria Thompson and Joe Burns

5 Ways to Foster Healthy Tech Habits at Home & School  


Shannon McClintock Miller shares tips from her new book, Sonia’s Digital World, published in partnership with ISTE. This session guides attendees in fostering healthy tech habits at home and in school. Shannon discusses how to balance technology use and non-digital activities so that making time for family and friends, contributing to our communities, learning new things, and engaging with new people is encouraged. 


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Exploring your Digital Footprint in Elementary Schools


Your host Victoria Thompson leads this discussion on the impact of a young learner’s digital footprint. Victoria shares insights beyond helping students maintain a safe presence online, encouraging what's known as a ‘positive digital footprint’ that can lead to new discoveries and even academic advancement. 


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Creating Digital Citizens in Elementary Schools 


Dr. Marialice Curran explores the concept of digital citizenship and helping K-5 students develop the skills and knowledge they need to be safe, responsible, and ethical users of technology. 


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Media Literacy for Administrators  


This session featuring Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District’s Monica Alvarado, focuses on the importance of administrative support for media literacy in learning communities. Monica guides attendees in creating a culture of information literacy by supporting educators, students and their families. 


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Media Literacy Panel Discussion 


Join EdTech industry experts for a panel discussion on all things media literacy. Five thought-leaders will share their insights and answers to questions such as ‘How do kids receive and share information?’, ‘How does that impact their worldview and future?', 'How can we encourage kids to use technology for good?', and more!


Additional Resources

5 Ways to Foster Healthy Tech Habits at Home & School Webinar Resources 


Exploring your Digital Footprint in Elementary Schools


Creating Digital Citizens in Elementary Schools


Media Literacy for Administrators


Media Literacy Panel Discussion

Contest terms and conditions

By registering for the webinars above, you are entering a giveaway. If you win, we will email you with information about how to collect your prize. Prizes must be collected by December 20, 2023.   
Open only to persons attending the media literacy webinar series live. Only one entry per person per webinar. You must be in live attendance for at least 20 minutes to receive an entry. Entries must be received by 6:30pm EST on October 30, 2023 and winners will be selected by random drawing on October 30, 2023. The number and selection of prizes to be awarded will be at the discretion of Capstone. Employees of Capstone and its related companies, and their immediate family members (parent, sibling, spouse or child) are not eligible to enter or win.  

By registering for the webinars above you’re giving Capstone permission to use your name and email address to contact you regarding current and future Capstone products and promotions. Capstone will not sell or otherwise make your information available to any third party. You may opt out of receiving notices at any time by checking the "unsubscribe" button on the notice and submitting your opt out request. 

No purchase is necessary, and unsubscribing will not impact your eligibility. The odds of winning will depend on the number of eligible entries received.   

To obtain a copy of any legally required winners list, send a written request with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Capstone 5050 Lincoln Drive Edina, MN. All such requests must be received by October 30, 2024. 

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