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To thrive in the 21st century, young people need a variety of hands-on learning experiences with media and technology. Whether you’re a tech-savvy teacher or a beginner in beta, The LAMP can enrich your curriculum and engage your youth.

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Bring the LAMP to your students

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The LAMP sends equipment and educators to sites citywide to provide workshops both during and after regular school hours. Curriculum licensing and professional development give you the tools you need to advance your own teaching skills, and free tools like the MediaBreaker and LAMPlit make it easy to bring media literacy into any learning environment. Click here for program highlights from 2016.

Commercials and Advertising Track

Commercials and Advertising Track

Professional Development

Professional Development

MediaBreaker Critical Remix Tools

MediaBreaker Critical Remix Tools

Curriculum Licensing

Curriculum Licensing

Break the Election with MediaBreaker/Studios

Break the Election with MediaBreaker/Studios

MediaBreaker/Studios Quick Start Guide for Students

MediaBreaker/Studios Quick Start Guide for Students

MediaBreaker/Studios Quick Start Guide for Teachers

MediaBreaker/Studios Quick Start Guide for Teachers

MediaBreaker/Studios Sample Classroom Activities

MediaBreaker/Studios Sample Classroom Activities

The LAMPlatoon Wants YOU

The LAMPlatoon Wants YOU

A Guide to Understanding the News and Making Good Choices

A Guide to Understanding the News and Making Good Choices

Guide to Developing Healthy Digital Relationships

Guide to Developing Healthy Digital Relationships

Why Do I Need to Understand Fair Use?

Why Do I Need to Understand Fair Use?

A Guide to Gender, Youth and Media

A Guide to Gender, Youth and Media

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What Teachers Are Saying

“Our students definitely gained valuable experience and knowledge from the program. As did our staff members! The LAMP…supported our curriculum and plugged in the holes where content ended and our staff felt overwhelmed and inexperienced with the media and tech aspects.”

− Ellen Darensbourg, STEM Coordinator, NYC

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