“Key Activity of Policy cooperation and innovation in Lifelong KA1
(Studies and Comparative Research)” de la Comisión Euro...
Objetivos

Proyecto

How to promote Media Literacy Education in
Europe?
Formal
education

Informal
education

Non- formal
...
SCIENTIFIC APPROACH

2004
2004

Promoting Digital
Promoting Digital
Literacy
Literacy

2007
2007

Previous
Previous
studie...
Challenges

Educational
system

National
curricula

Educational
Resources

Teachers’
skills

Teaching
resources
Formal
edu...
Requirements

Innovating
Schools

Innovating
working

Change dimension
Innovating
Long Life
Learning

Innovating
Public
Sp...
6
Poverty in Europe

7
Conclusions

Innovating Classrooms

GENERALES
KEY POINTS
 To create MEDIA EDUCATION
COUNCILS BY COUNTRIES
 To create an ...
Recomendaciones

FORMAL EDUCATION

CURRÍCULOS
Key Points
 To ensure that each EU country has to
 To ensure that each EU ...
Recomendaciones

FORMAL EDUCATION

TARINING TEACHERS
 To include a compulsory subject within teacher
 To include a compu...
Recomendaciones

FORMAL EDUCATION

EVALUATION

 To list digital and media competences to
 To list digital and media comp...
Recomendaciones

INFORMAL EDUCATION

MEDIA AND ORGANIZATIONS
 There are many and very different stakeholders in
 There a...
Recomendaciones

DISADVANTAGED GROUPS

Risk of digital exclusion
 To ensure free access to modern information and
communi...
Resultados

MEDIA LITERACY OBSERVATORY

www.eumedus.net
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RESULTADOS

MEDIA LITERACY OBSERVATORY

 : Alberto Parola,
Fausto Colombo,
Evelyne Bevort,
Michele Seys, Ulla
Carlson, Vi...
Mapas

MEDIA LITERACY OBSERVATORY

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Presentation José Manuel Pérez Tornero & Laura Cervi - MEDEAnet webinar "Researching Media Literacy in Europe"

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This presentation was given by José Manuel Pérez Tornero & Laura Cerv as part of the MEDEAnet webinar on "Researching Media Literacy in Europe" on 28 November 2013. MEDEAnet aims to promote media-based learning to organisations and practitioners through local training and networking events, online resources and knowledge sharing. MEDEAnet will also exploit best practices of the annual competition MEDEA Awards and extend its existing informal network and support the MEDEA Association, a membership organisation that ensures the sustainability of the MEDEA Awards. More info: http://www.medeanet.eu/

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Presentation José Manuel Pérez Tornero & Laura Cervi - MEDEAnet webinar "Researching Media Literacy in Europe"

  1. 1. “Key Activity of Policy cooperation and innovation in Lifelong KA1 (Studies and Comparative Research)” de la Comisión Europea Partners: 1
  2. 2. Objetivos Proyecto How to promote Media Literacy Education in Europe? Formal education Informal education Non- formal education Disadvantaged groups Media Education Lifelong Learning 27 UE estados (no estaba Croacia) 2
  3. 3. SCIENTIFIC APPROACH 2004 2004 Promoting Digital Promoting Digital Literacy Literacy 2007 2007 Previous Previous studies studies Current trends and Current trends and approaches to media approaches to media literacy in Europe literacy in Europe 2009 2009 Study on Assessment Study on Assessment Criteria for Media Criteria for Media Literacy Levels Literacy Levels 3
  4. 4. Challenges Educational system National curricula Educational Resources Teachers’ skills Teaching resources Formal education Mass Media Media resources Informal education Initiatives Inclusion strategy Instruments to measure ME skills Non-formal education Disavantatged groups Media Education Lifelong Learning 4
  5. 5. Requirements Innovating Schools Innovating working Change dimension Innovating Long Life Learning Innovating Public Sphere and Social relations . 5
  6. 6. 6
  7. 7. Poverty in Europe 7
  8. 8. Conclusions Innovating Classrooms GENERALES KEY POINTS  To create MEDIA EDUCATION COUNCILS BY COUNTRIES  To create an a National Action Plan, a document that can be used for member states and indicates direction of dialogues  Changing the predominant focus on technological aspect and ICT skills to pedagogical focus Networking National Councils National Action Plan Focusing on Pedagogy Focusing on critical understanding  Focusing on creativity       To emphasize the production and critical understanding in the MIL projects and policies.  To create a European network for young researchers in ME 8
  9. 9. Recomendaciones FORMAL EDUCATION CURRÍCULOS Key Points  To ensure that each EU country has to  To ensure that each EU country has to develop a national ME curriculum develop a national ME curriculum  Media Literacy should be included in formal  Media Literacy should be included in formal education as a cross-curricular/transversal education as a cross-curricular/transversal subject. subject. • Media Educatio in the urricuum • Cross-curricular content • Guide lines on devices • On line platforms  Elaborate a common agreement/a guideline  Elaborate a common agreement/a guideline on devices to be used in class on devices to be used in class  Create an online platform with educational  Create an online platform with educational content in Europe (films, series etc.) content in Europe (films, series etc.) 9
  10. 10. Recomendaciones FORMAL EDUCATION TARINING TEACHERS  To include a compulsory subject within teacher  To include a compulsory subject within teacher training curricula (Example: Luxembourg). training curricula (Example: Luxembourg).  For this, a possible way, to do an adaptation from  For this, a possible way, to do an adaptation from UNESCO Curriculum to every country. UNESCO Curriculum to every country.  Initial teacher training could include a certification  Initial teacher training could include a certification to validate digital competences (Example: to validate digital competences (Example: Francia). Francia).  Improve a media literacy teachers´ network Improve a media literacy teachers´ networkcommunity community 10
  11. 11. Recomendaciones FORMAL EDUCATION EVALUATION  To list digital and media competences to  To list digital and media competences to be developed, agreed and accepted to be developed, agreed and accepted to EU countries EU countries  To take into account how to evaluate  To take into account how to evaluate competences and create a common tool competences and create a common tool to measurement digital and media skills to measurement digital and media skills  To do more research to analyse media  To do more research to analyse media competences competences 11
  12. 12. Recomendaciones INFORMAL EDUCATION MEDIA AND ORGANIZATIONS  There are many and very different stakeholders in  There are many and very different stakeholders in informal media education and non formal media informal media education and non formal media education education  To consider the family implication because is  To consider the family implication because is important in informal education important in informal education  National governments should encourage public  National governments should encourage public service media to produce high quality media service media to produce high quality media (literacy) educational programmes for various (literacy) educational programmes for various audiences, especially for the children audiences, especially for the children  Policy makers should consider financial  Policy makers should consider financial transparency of educational programmes transparency of educational programmes supported from public money as necessary supported from public money as necessary aspect of any funding. aspect of any funding. 12
  13. 13. Recomendaciones DISADVANTAGED GROUPS Risk of digital exclusion  To ensure free access to modern information and communication tools and the use of media in practice for e.g. trainings, courses.  To implemente media education projects among people at risk of digital exclusion, both in terms of infrastructure such as buildings equipped with elevators and toilets for people with disabilities and competencies that enable them to obtain and maintain occupational activity;  To disseminate information about the benefits of the use of modern information and communication technologies (ICT).  To promote the access to e- administration and other services provided by electronic devices; affordable prices for access to the Internet, computers with appropriate software. 13
  14. 14. Resultados MEDIA LITERACY OBSERVATORY www.eumedus.net 14
  15. 15. RESULTADOS MEDIA LITERACY OBSERVATORY  : Alberto Parola, Fausto Colombo, Evelyne Bevort, Michele Seys, Ulla Carlson, Victor Reia, Silke Grafe, Renate Holubek, Martina Chapman, Aniina Lundvall, Brian O´Neill etc. 15
  16. 16. Mapas MEDIA LITERACY OBSERVATORY 16

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