From an educational point of view, media literacy typically refers to teaching and learning about how to access, analyze, evaluate and create media messages, both offline and online. As such, it provides teachers with a powerful tool to equip pupils for risks and opportunities in the digital world.
In education it appears in the form of various literacies, from “digital literacy” over “media and information literacy” to “digital competences”, in order to cover the full variety of digital technologies.
How can we as teachers empower our pupils to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in the digital and the real world?
- Empowering teachers and pupils to think critically, behave safely, and participate responsibly in the digital and real world
- Understanding the challenges, risks and benefits for young people when using the internet and online technologies.
- Exploring a variety of ways how technology can be used in schools
- Being able to build and manage successful teams to achieve better results
- Developing and share ideas of effective and innovative use of technology in the classroom and school
- Discussinglesson examples that integrate technology