Schools have the option of booking Clio for a variety of services, including:
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Mindfulness and Media: Lecture and Workshop
For faculty: Drawing from current research on neuroscience, mindfulness, and the adolescent brain, Mindfulness and Media is designed to help faculty support students in using mindfulness techniques to become intentional about their habits of attention and improve their ability to focus on the task at hand.
For students: The interactive workshop trains them in techniques to help them better understand their current digital lives, develop mindfulness around their media use, and learn how to create strong habits of intentional attention both in and out of the classroom.
For additional information download our Mindfulness and Media program overview.
Custom Lectures & Workshops
Hire Dr. Jackaway as a guest speaker to address students, faculty or parents.
She will tailor the topic to the audience, your school mission, or a recent event in the news.
The lectures draw from the 6 key themes of the Clio Curriculum.
Includes lecture + breakout session with exercises
Customized to fit the school mission or the needs of the community
Can address specific current events or cultural trends
Designed to help faculty address potentially sensitive issues in the classroom
Mediated Communication: Social Media: Pros and Cons
Narratives and Society: Using Popular Culture in the Classroom
Mind and Media: The Language of Tribalism in a Divided Nation
Freedom of Expression: Political Protests and Democracy
Communication Ethics: Cyberbullying and Hate Speech Online
Representation and Reality: Fake news, Science Denial, and Conspiracy Theories
Download full list of topics here.
Communication Across the Curriculum
TIER ONE: Introduction
For schools interested in providing their faculty with an introduction to how Communication and Media Studies can be integrated into their courses.
½ Day Professional Development Lecture: Half-day lecture to allow your faculty to sample the concept of ‘Communication Across the Curriculum.’
Full Day Professional Development Program: This program includes a morning lecture followed by afternoon breakout sessions with faculty from various subject areas. It introduces the links between Clio’s curriculum and each teacher’s discipline.
TIER TWO: Application
For schools ready to implement Clio into their curriculum
½ Day with Faculty from Each Discipline: Lecture followed by a seminar-style workshop where faculty members will explore ways to integrate the curriculum into their own courses.
Full Day with Faculty from Each Discipline: Morning lecture, followed by workshop with faculty by grade level. This could be done one discipline at a time, or with paired disciplines, such as English and Social Studies, or Science and Math.
Individual/Small Group Faculty Support: Workshops offered in small groups or individually, to provide guidance in integrating Clio into specific subject areas. This can be done with groups of faculty who teach different sections of the same course. It will help them integrate the curriculum into their lesson plans for the term or for the whole year.
Ongoing Support: Ongoing support to assist faculty throughout the year, answer any questions that may arise, and ensure the school is meeting their teaching objectives.
TIER THREE: Custom Curriculum Integration
Clio’s program can be tailored to support your school’s specific mission. At this level, Clio will work closely with the curriculum design team or program heads to weave Clio’s themes into the existing 6-12 curriculum in a way best suited to the overall school culture and priorities.
TIER FOUR: Full Curriculum Design
For new schools, or for those interested in a more complete curriculum redesign. At this level, Clio will work closely with the school administrators and faculty heads to weave the curriculum throughout their courses. Students will benefit from a consistent and recurring exposure to key communication themes and concepts throughout their learning journey.
Free Standing Communication & Media Studies Course(s):
Clio can also help to create free standing upper level electives to provide students with a more in-depth coverage of specialized topics. Examples include Media Law, Media Regulation, Communication and Philosophy, and Advertising and Society.