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Designing intercultural mobile learning activities for students at risk of social exclusion

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Maria Ranieri presentation at GFeD Kongress 2018 in Essen

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Designing intercultural mobile learning activities for students at risk of social exclusion

  1. 1. Symposium Challenges for Mobile Learning: Ecologies, Mobilities, and Migration Maria Ranieri University of Florence Designing intercultural mobile learning activities for students at risk of social exclusion
  2. 2. 2 Background MEET project (2016-18). Main objectives: • To promote critical and inter- cultural understanding - and an aware use - of media among young citizens (aged 13-19) in multicultural public schools and democratic societies. • To advocate Media Education as a means to support social inclusion/justice among different sections of the public and through several dissemination tools.
  3. 3. • Improved knowledge and skills of students at risk of social exclusion particularly referring to the following skills: media and digital literacy skills, communication, civic skills, social skills, intercultural skills, pluralistic attitudes • Increased level of engagement and participation of students’ at risk in the learning process • Reduced prejudices towards the others and more open mind approach within the scholastic community • Increased level of well-being and feeling of safety within the scholastic community • Increased level of awareness of discrimination and violence in society at school level and local communities MEET’s Specific Objectives
  4. 4. Research process: Cod+DeTxE4 4 Step1 Select & Combine Step 2 Adapt Revision and feedback from headmaster, teachers not involved, & associated partner (checklist) Revision and feedback from headmaster, teachers not involved, & associated partner (focus group) Revision and feedback of contents from students involved and parents (user test & focus group) Step 3 Develop Revision and feedback from a group of students and teachers involved in the project (pilot lesson) Step 4 Implement Co-design Development & Testing Evaluation1 Evaluation2 Evaluation3 O= Sheet describing educational objectives and selected units O= First draft of the adapted contents (drafted LS) O= Content implemented (developed LS) O= output LS= learning scenario O= Final evaluation4 Of LS D-o-c-u-m-e-n-t-a-t-i-o-n
  5. 5. Media & Intercultural Education Framework 5 MEDIA EDUCATION UNDERSTAND and ANALYSE MEDIA EDUCATION CREATE and REFLECT INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION RECOGNISE and DECENTRE INTERCULTURAL EDUCATION DIALOGUE and ENGAGEMENT MIEF Mobile learners in a media satured and globalized society
  6. 6. The pedagogical approach 6 Understanding Expression Engagement Definition Pedagogical techniques to facilitate critical understanding of media and recognition of intercultural dimensions of media Definition Pedagogical techniques to facilitate the ability to communicate through the media in multicultural contexts, as well as to self- evaluate learning and participation Definition Pedagogical techniques to facilitate the process of multicultural community building and full participation in the social and political life of the school Examples of activities a) Analysis and discussion of multimedia texts b) Case studies to investigate media production’s contexts and audiences c) Role playing to perform a plurality of social and cultural identities Examples of activities a) Use of tools to assist media production processes (e.g. storyboards, editing software, charts for planning) b) Brainstorming about MEET’S key topics (e.g. multicultural society, equity, (in)tolerance) c) Adoption of differentiated models of self-assessment strategies (e.g. role-playing, assessment checklists, video playback, peer feedback) Examples of activities a) Use of media productions addressing the school population to raise awarness of discriminations or to foster intergenerational and intercultural dialogue b) Public debates or interviews to identity societal problems and solutions at school or local level c) Dialogues with professional media producers and politicians
  7. 7. Learning Scenario 7 Title: Questioning news media representations of the “others” through video-reporting Key topics: fake news, (mis)representations of migrants and diversity, participatory (video)journalism Media analysed: mainly news media but also movie trailers and social adverts Media product: mobile video journal
  8. 8. The town Welcome to PRATO – Made in China
  9. 9. The School Marconi Institute, Vocational Education School (Graphic designer), Prato 1 class involved, 27 students, aged 16-17, 9 students with migrant background, 9 students with special needs
  10. 10. Understanding How do media create meaning about migration Students’ resistance: The theory of the «double truth»
  11. 11. Understanding Create to understandMobility, ecologies, learning
  12. 12. Expression Intercultural dialogue Looking for commonalities > arts
  13. 13. Expression Mobility, ecologies, learning Reality, engagement inclusion
  14. 14. Expression Students’ interviews in school
  15. 15. Expression Create to learn Meaning making
  16. 16. Engagement The public sphere
  17. 17. MEET Teaser
  18. 18. 18www.meetolerance.eu

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