Who, what, when, where, and why
Reading, writing, and arithmetic
What, when, how much, and how we feel
The goal of a healthy media-balance plan is to use as little media as possible.
If you follow a healthy media-balance plan, you use digital media for one hour a day.
A media-balance plan may change over time as a person's interests and schedules change.
Maya could complain to her friends.
Maya could change her phone settings so she does not receive notifications that distract her.
Maya could respond to her friends' posts, telling them how annoying they are.
The videos are not helpful and might encourage him to learn a different instrument.
He might feel less frustrated if he spends more time practicing.
He might be inspired to listen to a new artist.
A teacher using a photograph in a presentation to his class.
A journalist using a video clip in a news story.
A sports fan using a team logo to make his own souvenirs to sell.
No. You can't share others' images on social media.
Yes. Angel is only changing the pictures he created.
No. Angel needs to cite other people's images and give the creators credit.
Make sure they include some background music to make it interesting.
Use only a small clip or get permission from the creator to use the entire video.
Make it their own by editing the video to be in black and white.