Discourse * Disconnect: Is there a crisis in critical thinking? A Panel Discussion at the McLuhan Centre, Toronto, May 18

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The Association for Media Literacy in association with the McLuhan Centre for Culture & Technology presents…..
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Is there a crisis in critical thinking?
There is understandable excitement in living, teaching and learning through media technologies. But are we studying technologies’ effects on thinking, learning and relating? Does 21st Century life need a strong dose of Marshall McLuhan?
Critical Thinking
Wednesday, 18 May 2016, 6:008:00 PM
McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology
39A Queens Park Crescent E.
Panelists: 
Dr. Sarah Sharma: Director, McLuhan Program in Culture and Technology
Sylvie Webb: English/Language Arts Coordinator, Toronto District School Board, Media Studies Additional Qualifications Instructor, Author
Carol Arcus: Vice President, The Association for Media Literacy
Agnes Kruchio: Researcher, editor, author, librarian, educator, University of Toronto
Neil Andersen: President, Association for Media literacy, Media Studies Additional Qualifications Instructor, Author

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Marshall McLuhan - 1967. Philosopher and scholar Herbert Marshall MCLUHAN. - Wayne Miller

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