It all comes together in a policy

It's important to handle a whole-school approach to media literacy. Each country has its own unique characteristics, making it essential to consider where you, as a teacher, can contribute to shaping school policies in a comprehensive manner. In some countries, schools have significant autonomy in developing policies, while in others, policies are formulated at a higher level. Take a closer look at your own context to see how you can influence the developed media literacy school policy. 

This whole-school approach recognizes that media literacy is not just the responsibility of individual teachers or specific subjects but should be integrated throughout the entire school environment. By adopting a whole-school approach, schools can create a cohesive strategy to address media literacy issues, involving all stakeholders, including teachers, students, parents, and administrators. This approach ensures that media literacy is woven into the fabric of the school's culture and practices, ultimately benefiting the entire school community.

But how do you get the whole school on board about media literacy?

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