OverviewOverview

Overview

GoalsGoals

Goals

FindingsFindings

Findings

FAQFAQ

FAQ

TrainingTraining

Training

Standard Course of StudyStandard Course of Study

Standard Course of Study

Grant Writing AssistanceGrant Writing Assistance

Grant Writing Assistance

PricingPricing

Pricing

Contact UsContact Us

Contact Us

Substance Abuse PreventionSubstance Abuse Prevention

Substance Abuse Prevention

Media Literacy EducationMedia Literacy Education

Media Literacy Education

Media Literacy's Role in PreventionMedia Literacy's Role in Prevention

Media Literacy's Role in Prevention


 

 

Findings

Evidence-Based Program

 Findings

  • The program results show significant:
    • Improvement in students' critical thinking skills about media messages
    • Reduction in boys’ intent to use alcohol products
    • Reduction in boys' and girls' intent to use tobacco products
  • The program was equally effective when taught to 6th, 7th, and 8th graders
  • The program was equally effective in Language Arts and Health Education classes
  • Students evaluated the curriculum very positively; they liked learning about media literacy
  • Teachers evaluated the curriculum very positively; they liked teaching media literacy