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This article examines the use of media in the construction of a “new” language for children. We studied how children acquire and use media literacy skills through their engagement in an educational art project. This media literacy project is rooted in the realm of audiovisual media, within which children's sound...
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The article offers information about the Youth Radio Project of KUNM which trains teenagers to approach broadcasting and journalism based on social justice in New Mexico. It suggests youth media organizations to integrate a strong social justice into their programs and should investigate their local community's power analysis. Suggestions in...
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The article offers information about the REEL FATHERS, an organization emphasizing the relationship between teenagers, fathers and young children, and incarcerated fathers and their families. The organization uses facilitated dialogue and film screenings as reflective tools in promoting better father-child relationships. It aims to empower youth using media production to...
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The "information era" has brought up new literacies, although most of them are still not part of the K–12 curriculum or the teacher education curriculum. One of these new literacies is critical media literacy. The purpose of this article is to document the urgency for including this new literacy in...
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In an evolving landscape of traditional and new literacies, the roles of the school library and teacher librarian are changing. In order to support instruction in multiple literacies, teacher librarians must rethink both collections and services. Materials featuring popular culture influences are explored for their relevance to several types of...
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This paper places Greece in the European media education context analysing teachers' attitudes towards media. It describes a practical proposal consisting in the implementation and development of a media literacy training programme for Elementary School based on investigation and learning theories.
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Media consolidation and convergence have increasingly changed the way individuals as both consumers and citizens access, process, and communicate information at the local, national, and global levels. Media industries and institutions influence public perception and occupy our time at work and at home more and more. Media literacy has become...
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The article focuses on the development of girls in youth media in the U.S. It notes that awareness of girls' development help teenage girls create stories and images empowering them. It suggests youth media educators to be aware that girls silence their ideas for belonging and support to share their...
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The article offers information about the Media Arts Collaborative Charter School (MACCS) based in New Mexico. MACCS offers a case study for some recurrent issues encountered by the youth media field. It aims to provide media access in rural communities and promote authentic and intellectual student creativity a college readiness...
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The article offers tips on how youth media educators help youth understand the use of media in telling their stories and end segregation in media. It suggests that youth and media teaching should be approached in the same way as a defense class is delivered to children. It advises educators...
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The article offers information about the Youth Media Curriculum for Justice designed by the Media Literacy Project (MLP) based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The curriculum is expected to increase the participation of young people in their community life as well as in their civic engagement. It suggests its necessity to...
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It is said that media literacy «knows no age limits». Though most practice and literature on media education has focused so far on childhood and teenagers, there are also projects to use and understand the media in the field of adult education. Both the current technological revolution in our society...
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The article focuses on the integration of the youth media field and the media justice movement in Mexico. It suggests that youth media should eradicate binary thinking in the country by targeting and categorizing people according to language, race, and identity. It notes the necessity that the voices within the...
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The article discusses the partnerships between universities, high schools, and youth media educators in the U.S. The partnerships tend to encourage youth marginalized by news media to apply their vital faculties in creating media vehicles for a wider community. They are expected to be introduced to the other side of...
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The article focuses on the significant role of youth media in educational reform in New Orleans, Louisiana. It notes that educators learns from the flourishing youth movement in the state and the strategies devised by youth media organizations. The leadership development program, rethink, develops reform initiatives for public schools and...
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The article focuses on the production of youth media in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana. Youth media helps community media initiatives collaborate to better coordinate their resources. Recommendations for institutions which try to back youth media initiative proliferation such as the coordination of resources, the establishment...
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This paper analyses the different trends in the current situation of media education in Germany. The discussion point is how to use the large variety of media we have in order to get really educative aims with a scientific basis. The German media education landscape shows not only a lot...
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Education about the media has been developing in the UK for at least 40 years. Various accounts of that history can be found elsewhere; this paper will just attempt to sketch out key features of the current scene, and to point readers to sources of more substantial information. Given that...
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The article focuses on the collaboration of media arts education and experimental media in the U.S. Youth media field has done many things associated to media literacy, mass media, and community cultivation. It serves as a vehicle for artistic expression and a communication tool. It offers knowledge from media art...
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The article offers information about the Students at the Center (SAC) program which aims to enforce a participatory action research method for the provision and exploration of an individual and collective process designed for students affected by incarceration. SAC helps students develop their collective insights on topics and design strategies...
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The article discusses how teachers can integrate media literacy practices adopted by students into literacy education curricula. The authors note how the spread of digital technology has affected millenials, youth who have been raised amidst and influenced by information communication technology (ICT), and discuss criticism of academic achievement by students...
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Media collections, policies, and services depend on a number of variables, perhaps the most significant of which is technology. Access should reflect the needs of the current and future user populations rather than the economic or ideological realities of the past. This article presents the results of research and illustrates...
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The article discusses the effect of media literacy focused on gender in the U.S. Gender-specific media literacy training changes the relationships of girls to their bodies, themselves, and each other. Study shows that girls who use media tools to imitate overt sexualization and posting or sending videos or images of...
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Sophisticated and complex learning happens through multiple forms of literacy and text types; and while schools and classrooms are slowly embracing learning through new media, libraries are rapidly and increasingly restructuring in ways that support learning through new/alternative technologies and texts. Videogame play supports learning in many complex ways, encourages...
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The article offers information about Youth Media Project (YMP), an organization which teaches students with digital storytelling skills in Santa Fe, New Mexico. YMP offers a partnership model approach with a mixture of student-produced media, teacher training, community radio, required academic courses, and Internet. It establishes learning environments allowing non-traditional...
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