Media Education and Curriculum Design

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  • Esitys saattaa otsikkonsa puolesta herättää mielenkiintoa joka kohdistuu valintoihin perusopetuksen mediakasvatuksesta. Tässä ei kuitenkaan ehdoteta uutta mediakasvatuksen opetussuunnitelmallista sisältöä, vaan tuodaan erilaisia historiallisia ja mahdollisia tulevaisuuden näkökulmia asiaan.
  • Kestävän kehityksen didaktiikka viittaa kuitenkin esim. biologian didaktiikan uudistettuun, yleisdidaktiikkaan suuntautuvaan muotoon. Mediakasvatuksen didaktiikalla ei ole tällaisia ”vahvoja” juuria.
  • Media Education and Curriculum Design

    1. 1. Media Education and Curriculum Design Olli Vesterinen, Lic.Ed. Media Education Centre University of Helsinki 2009
    2. 2. National Core Curriculum 2004 Cross-Curricular Themes in Basic Education: 1. Growth as a person 2. Cultural identity and internationalism 3. Media skills and communication 4. Participatory citizenship and entrepreneurship 5. Responsibility for the environment, well-being and a sustainable future 6. Safety and traffic 7. Technology and the individual 2
    3. 3. National Core Curriculum 2004 Cross-Curricular Themes in Basic Education: 1. Growth as a person 2. Cultural identity and internationalism 3. Media skills and communication 4. Participatory citizenship and entrepreneurship 5. Responsibility for the environment, well-being and a sustainable future 6. Safety and traffic 7. Technology and the individual 3
    4. 4. National Core Curriculum 2004 Cross-Curricular Themes in Basic Education: 1. Growth as a person 2. Cultural identity and internationalism 3. Media skills and communication 4. Participatory citizenship and entrepreneurship 5. Responsibility for the environment, well-being and a sustainable future 6. Safety and traffic 7. Technology and the individual 4
    5. 5. Media Education can be... • a subject matter, • a cross-curricular theme, and • a matter of learning & teaching method ...in curriculum.
    6. 6. Curriculum Design and School Subjects 6
    7. 7. Mikael Soininen (1901, 1906) • Study of learner’s knowledge and hobby field • Choosing and arranging what to teach (curriculum matters) • Applying how to teach (methodological matters) 7
    8. 8. Mikael Soininen (1901, 1906) • Study of learner’s knowledge and hobby field • Choosing and arranging what to teach (curriculum matters) • Applying how to teach (methodological matters) 8
    9. 9. Mikael Soininen (1901, 1906) • Study of learner’s knowledge and hobby field • Choosing and arranging what to teach (curriculum matters) • Applying how to teach (methodological matters) 9
    10. 10. Media Education – general didactics or subject didactics? In subject didactics, the context is delimited by the subject, knowledge domain or cultural domain. Fields of subject didactics have own research and development traditions, which should be acknowledged in developing the field. Media education can be seen also as a general didactical matter since e.g. media literacy penetrates most of the functions of the society. (e.g. Åhlberg 1998) 10
    11. 11. Subject didactics as a dimension >> cmap 11
    12. 12. Bridging School and Media Culture >> cmap 12
    13. 13. Some References Boczkowski, P. J. 1999. Mutual shaping of users and technologies in a national virtual community. The Journal of Communication, 49(2), 86–108. Boczkowski, P. J. 2004. The Mutual Shaping of Technology and Society in Videotex Newspapers: Beyond the Diffusion and Social Shaping Perspectives. The Information Society, 20(4), 255–267. Buckingham, D. 1998. Media Education in the UK: Moving Beyond protectionism. International Communication Association, Journal of Communication 48(1), 33–43. [http://joc.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/48/1/33] Rogers, E. M. 1964. Diffusion of Innovations, Glencoe: Free Press. Federman, M. (2004). What is the Meaning of the Medium is the Message? [http://www.mcluhan.utoronto.ca/article_mediumisthemessage.htm] Kansanen, P. 2004. Opetuksen käsitemaailma. Juva: WS Bookwell Oy. MacKenzie, D. & Wajcman, J. (eds.), 1985. The Social Shaping of Technology: How the Refrigerator Got Its Hum. Milton Keynes, Open University Press.
    14. 14. Manovich, L. 2000. The Language of New Media. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. Malinen, P. 1985. Opetussuunnitelmat nykyajan koulutuksessa. Helsinki: Otava. Soininen, M. 1901, 1906. Opetusoppi I ja II. Helsinki: Otava. Tarde, G. 1903. The laws of imitation. New York: Holt. Tella, S. 1998. The Concept of Media Education Revisited: From a Classificatory Analysis to a Rhizomatic Overview. In Tella, S. (ed.) Aspects of Media Education: Strategic Imperatives in the Information Age. Media Education Centre. Department of Teacher Education. University of Helsinki. Media Education Publications 8, 85–150. [http://www.helsinki.fi/~tella/mep8tella.html] Venäläinen, J. 2000.Verkko-oppimateriaalien tarkastelua genrenä: tapaustutkimuksena etälukion www- materiaalit. Trio-projektin loppuraportti. Opettajankoulutuslaitos. Helsingin yliopisto. [http://www.edu.helsinki.fi/media/trio/loppuraportti/venalainen.pdf] Åhlberg, M. 1998. Kestävän kehityksen pedagogiikka ja yleisdidaktiikka. Joensuun yliopisto. Kasvatustieteiden tiedekunnan selosteita N:o 71.

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