PLAY aims to increase the media literacy competences and skills of educators, parents, and young people. To this end, we offer coaching and support services to school administrators, library media specialists, K-12 educators, youth workers, adult educators, and parent organizations. We support individuals within their unique settings and are particularly mindful of those who desire to engage in cultural and/or curriculum transformation through media literacy education. Examples of on-site coaching include, but are not limited to:
- Pegagogy— Classroom media literacy co-teaching to scaffold the critical and creative instructional uses of media technologies (available at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels).
- Practice—Organizational design coaching to illuminate pathways for community, religious, and/or business leaders to implement media literacy within a specific program or initiative.
- Policy—Co-facilitating the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of media literacy-related policy projects in a variety of environments or institutions.