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Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
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Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
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Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
Educational television at Media and Learning conf2010
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The Transition of Hellenic Educational Radio-Television to Digital Era. A presentation to Media and Learning 2010 Conference in Brussels

The Transition of Hellenic Educational Radio-Television to Digital Era. A presentation to Media and Learning 2010 Conference in Brussels

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    • 1. EduTV.gr Digital Transition Dr.Betty TsakarestouDirector of Educational RadioTelevisionAssistant Professor, Panteion University
    • 2. 1977 - 2010• Television Productions: short educational movies relevant to class curricula• Dissemination: a. Public Broadcasting TV Network (low ratings) and b. DVDʼs on demand by school teachers• EduTV as a support tool. Teacher-oriented. Students as educational material “consumers” not prosumers (producers+consumers)• A secondary objective: To promote lifelong learning state policies. But, failure to reach wider publics• 2007 survey for EduTV: good reputation among the educational community but low penetration• 2009: New website and free to download digital archives
    • 3. Digital Natives GenY an d A-generation
    • 4. Always
On!
    • 5. Expe Ideas rime 
appr co‐creat ntat oval ed‐
 share d
 in stant ion ly‐
 n o
 ne ed
 f or

    • 6. A
social
interaction

ecosystem
    • 7. KnowledgeNot
a
“pre‐packed”
product
    • 8. LearningA

social
interaction
process
    • 9. Digital
School‐Launch
in
Sept.2010 Educational
RadioTelevision
a
 catalyst
for
change.
Digital
 media
literacy
and
engagement
 as
priorities
for
a
new
learning
 eco­
system
    • 10. “We, The Media ” Schools
and
Students
are
content
creators.
 Millennials
are
rich
digital
media
and
social/ educational
games
prosumers.
Students
are
 digital
media
storytellers
and
digital
content
curators.
They
become
active
and
responsible
 citizens
in
Democracy2.0
    • 11. A
new
mission
for
EduTV:
A
Platform
for
 Creativity
and
Collaboration• Experimentation+Co‐Lab• Celebrate
failure
as
catalyst
for
New
Ideas
Production• Digital
Curation
• Aggregator
and
disseminator• Part
of
Social
Media
communities• Greek
Ministry’s
of
Education
vision
for
digital
school +EduTV:
To
Empower
Students
as
creators,
 researchers
and
global
citizens.
    • 12. Social Object: video “ People
don’t
just
connect
to
each
other.
They
 ” connect
through
a
shared
object. Jyri Engestrom
    • 13. Media
and
Social
 
An
open
platform
for
Media
Productions Educational
UGC

 EduTV
in
 Digital
era Aggregator
of
 Partner’s
content
    • 14. #1Internal
Productions

#2Youth
Creations‐
Teacher/Students
videos
#3Strategic
Partnerships
and
Co‐Labs

#4Open
Communication
with
Educational/Learning
Communities‐
Open
data
    • 15. 1. Internal
Productions:
Themes
    • 16. tions Thematic s
for
EduTV
Produc inability• Environment‐
Susta e
apps• D igital
Literacy‐
Mobil rency• Privacy
and
Transpa• Food
Issues hitecture • Design 
and
Sustainable
Arc s,
Video
Art • Μusic,
Graf[iti,
Comic • Communication 
of
Science/Commun ication ing • Public
understand • Health
Issues • Youth
Identities lusion,
Racism • D iversity,
Poverty,
Exc • Global
Citizenship sible
Consumption n • Sustainable/Respo rytelling 
Sto • Creative
writing
&
    • 17. Podcast Videoca st 
fo r
 b ol d
 sym ran a
b as
 V a
 uT son Ed al
per igitA 
d
    • 18. Digital
Content
Dissemination
‐
Mobility
as
a
Key
Feature mobility
    • 19. 
Youth
Creations
­
Youth
achievements
at
2. School
and
Social
LIfe
    • 20. What’s
In
It?User
Generated
International
Video
Contests
2011
initiated
by
EduTV
and
Partners
:1.
Graf[iti
City
Tales‐
Urban
Communication
through
graf[iti
art
2.
Science
Communication
Video
Contest3.
Social
Exclusion
Video
Contest
Class
videos
produced
for
EduTubePlus
during
the
pilot
phaseStudents’
vidcasts
and
podcastsAn
Interactive

music
educational
game
in
collaboration
with
Athens
Concert
Hall
    • 21. User
Generated
Content:
 Culture
and
Values❖ Students
as
co‐creators,
teachers
as
facilitators❖ Experiential
Learning‐
Critical
Thinking❖ Collaborative
Innovation❖ Free
Culture:
Remix‐
Re‐use‐
Fail
Forward
Fast!❖ Openness,
Accountability,
Responsibility
❖ Assertiveness
‐
Optimism‐
Trust‐Global
Citizenship‐
 Ecological
thinking
and
design
    • 22. i‐create:
a
platform
for
User
 Generated
Video
under
 construction✓ Students
and
School
Communities
take
the
responsibility
for
 uploading
their
videos.✓ Debates,
voting
and
social
curation,
buzz
on
videos.
✓ Linked
to
major
Social
Networks
and
platforms
(facebook,
 twitter,
linkedIn,
iTunes,
iTunesU,
blogs,
myspace,
open
wikis)✓ Interactive
Games‐
Mobile
Apps
✓ Sharing
content
with
edutube
plus.✓ URL:
http://video.edutv.gr.
    • 23. 3.
Open
Communication
    • 24. Building 
a 
networ k 
of
conn ected
te student achers
a s nd 
 Emphasis
on
open
innovation
and
students’
achievements. Follower s
needed!Community
connection:
[b,
twitter,
blogs,
email‐lists,
 linkedIn..
    • 25. We
work
hard
to
make
EduTV
a
creative
team
,
like
a
jazz
orchestra
where
some
rules
and
a
lot
of
improvisation
is
taking
place.
We
try
to
cultivate
a
collaboration
culture,
to
embrace
disruptive
technologies
that
empower
people
and
promote
collective
intelligence.


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