LITERACY FOR A DIGITAL AGE
Take Two Media Initiative is a nonprofit dedicated to teaching all learners media literacy through in-school workshops and cross-media literacy conversations.
We live in a media age, yet students aren’t being taught how to create and consume media in the classroom. We’re ready to shift this blindspot in education by integrating filmmaking, photography and media comprehension into the classroom, and helping adults educate themselves on this pervasive problem.
People around the world spend an average of 7.5 hours/day consuming media and making content, with 45% of teens reporting they are constantly connected to the internet - TTMI brings an awareness and educational perspective teaching young learners how to become responsible digital citizens.
What We Do:
We deliver filmmaking, photography and media literacy programs to deserving schools, as well as organize and curate conversations about media literacy.
Bring media literacy education to 10+ schools across the nation and organize coalition gatherings to ensure the right stakeholders and students are empowered to thrive in a world where media is the language of learning.
Make A Difference
Bring Take Two to your neighborhood school!
Our goal this year is to reach 1500 students in public elementary, middle and high schools across the United States that struggle with low attendance rates, student empowerment, and that have little to no resources for instructors and materials outside "the basics." We are looking for individual and corporate sponsorship to help us achieve our goals.
Media Literacy Coalition
Be a Part of Our Biannual Media Literacy Coalition Panel Discussions