Taking into account the results of the practical testing of MEET learning scenarios, the expertise of the associated partners in all five countries and the feedback and recommendations of the international experts on media literacy and anti-discrimination at a round table in Brussels during the final MEET conference, the MEET partners developed the following recommendations.
Tenant compte des résultats de l’expérimentation pratique des scénarios d’apprentissage MEET, de l’expertise des partenaires associés dans les cinq pays et des réactions et recommandations des experts internationaux sur l’éducation aux médias et la lutte contre la discrimination lors d’une table ronde organisée à Bruxelles pendant la conférence finale MEET, les partenaires MEET ont formulé les recommandations suivantes.
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Das MEET-Lernszenario #2 “Mit meinen eigenen Worten” und Lernszenario #3 “Aufbau einer vielfältigen und demokratischen Gemeinschaft” sind die beiden ersten ins Deutsche übersetzten Lernszenarien. Weitere werden folgen.
The MEET learning scenario #2 “With my own words” and learning scenario #3 “Building a diverse and democratic community” are the first two learning scenarios translated into German. More will follow. Continue reading “2 Lernszenarien auf deutsch! 2 learning scenarios in German!”
“Hate speech on online social networks in Slovenia” is a research project of Mirovni Institut (Peace Institute) in Ljubljana, project partner of MEET, and the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences as well as the Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law.
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MEETolerance event at the University of Florence. Students presented their videoproducts to future teachers, who provided them with a formative feedback to further improve their media productions. In addition, 4 awards were attributed to the students for Direction, Editing, Screenplay and Special effects.
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What effects does the often negative image of young people have on themselves? How to overcome it? Which instrumentalization to denounce?
What kind of freedom has a filmmaker when he films in an institution? What space for freedom for people filmed when they are “locked up” in an institutional context ? And finally, which elements guide the director’s choices for the selection of scenes?
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Around 30 teachers from all over Germany joined the webinar “MEET – Intercultural Learning and Media Education for Equity and Tolerance” which was organized by the Pädagogischer Austauschdienst (PAD)/ Pedagogical Exchange Service and medien+bildung.com. What does digital civil courage mean to you? With this question the two media educators Mario Di Carlo and Katja Mayer from medien+bildung.com started the webinar and encouraged the participants to share their thoughts among each other.
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On 18th and 19th September 2018 the 12th International Conference “Keeping Children and Young People Safe Online” took place in Warsaw. During the two days about 40 speakers from all over Europe presented programs, methods and up-to-date studies related to the safety of children and young people on the internet and engaged in debates and discussions. This year’s key topics were: Balancing online and offline life, Internet pornography and Sexting, Cyberbullying, hate-speech, Data-protection and privacy.
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Presentation of MEET project results was organized by the Peace Institute and the National Education Institute Slovenia in Ljubljana, on the 20th of August 2018.
Mojca Pajnik from the Peace Institute introduced MEET project highlighting its educational challenges to culture of fear and exclusion. She discussed pedagogical novelties offered by MEET to stimulate students to learn about intercultural relations and use of new media to counteract discrimination. Field work in public schools in Germany, Italy and Slovenia was presented where MEET project partners, together with teachers tested learning scenarios as media education tools.
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Thursday 15 November 2018
« Decoding the doc : images, education and diversity »
Venue : Cinema Palace, Brussels City Center
In the framework of MEET project, a final conference is organized in Brussels about synergies and challenges between documentary production, diversity inclusiveness and media education.
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