Dianna Morton

Educator and Co-Founder of the Massachusetts Media Literacy Consortium

Dianna Morton is a high school educator and a co-founder and steering committee member of the Massachusetts Media Literacy Consortium, an organization dedicated to implementing media literacy education in all Massachusetts public schools. She has designed a media literacy curriculum that she teaches to upper-level high school students at Cape Cod Regional Technical High School.

Dianna has delivered the presentation “The Real No Child Left Behind: Marketing the No-Ethics Zone and the National Crisis in Children's Health” at numerous community venues and has led educator workshops through the Cape Cod Collaborative. She has facilitated workshops at the Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood Summit and at the Action Coalition for Media Literacy Education National Conference.

Dianna is an artist who has promoted childhood creativity through her work with Provincetown Library’s Summer Reading Program for the last 11 years. She has received Massachusetts Cultural Council Grants to foster the arts in children through puppetry and drama. Dianna’s current endeavor, the Hegemony Project, focuses on the digital technological revolution and its effect on human relations.

Twitter handle: 
shakes ice from wing (@diannamorton)

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