Assessing a Media Discernment Course for Freshmen at Illiana Christian High School: A Case Study
Date of Award
Master of Education (MEd)
This case study examines the effectiveness of a team-taught mass-media freshman level course on discernment of media messages, and decision-making. By means of pre- and post- course surveys of students and faculty, this study examines students' decisions about consuming mass media and how after taking the course, their media selection process became more complex, deliberate, and organized. It also examines faculty response to the course in terms of how it appears to affect the students and how it affects faculty teaching and learning.
Boerman-Cornell, William, "Assessing a Media Discernment Course for Freshmen at Illiana Christian High School: A Case Study" (2003). Master of Education Program Theses. 68.
Action Research Report Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Education