The MEET project is presented in the Global Learning Newsletter for educators, which The Peace Institute, MEET partner in Slovenia, is preparing within the framework of the Sustainable.Local.Globally. Project (Trajnostno.Lokalno.Globalno.).
V novičniku globalnega učenja za izobraževalce, ki ga pripravljamo v okviru projekta Trajnostno.Lokalno.Globalno., je predstavljen tudi projekt MEET, medijska vzgoja za pravičnost in strpnost. Izdelali smo multimedijsko zbirko orodij za učiteljice in učitelje, ki jim bodo v pomoč pri poučevanju medkulturne in medijske vzgoje (predvsem za srednje šole).
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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!”
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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MEET testing at the Secondary School of Technical Professions Šiška in Ljubljana (SLO)
In Slovenia the MEET’s classroom activities started in December 2017 at the secondary school of Technical Professions Šiška in Ljubljana. The researcher/media educator Mojca Frelih along with the teacher Andrej Svete and 28 students (aged 15-16) tested the Learning Scenario “Migration between Media Narratives and Digital Storytelling”.
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The #MyStory: Media, Migrants & Refugees project, co-funded by the European Commission’s Europe for Citizens Programme is an initiative to raise awareness, promote discussion, training and assist migrants and refugees and the organisations working with them, to contribute to the media narratives of displaced peoples in a positive way.
Dr Iztok Sori from the Peace Institute held a lecture and workshop on hate speech and other discriminatory practices in Slovenian media.
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In several countries of the MEET partners, media education activities took place on the World Refugee Day on June 20th. We present examples from two countries: Slovenia and Germany. In Slovenia numerous activities have been organized on the World Refugee Day, from festivals to round tables. In Germany the Federal Association of Citizens Media (BVBAM) initiated a special day with the UN Refugee Aid, which mainly reported on the lives and situation of refugees in the cities and municipalities.
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The Peace Institute (Mirovni Institut, Ljubljana) with the support of the Government Communication Office of Slovenia offers secondary schools free workshops on hate speech, media and migrations, which are intended for students.
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MEET Partners in cooperation with their respective Associated Partners at national level have identified six secondary public schools where the participatory action research will take place between May 2017 and June 2018. Indeed, starting from the next month MEET researchers and teachers will start to co-design media education materials addressing young citizens at the Ernst-Reuter-Schule (Ludwigshafen, DE), BBS Technik 1 (Ludwigshafen, DE), Istituto Gramsci – Keynes (Prato, IT), Istituto Marconi (Prato, IT), Dvojezična srednja šola/Kétnyelvű Középiskola (Lendava, SL) and Srednja šola tehniških strok Šiška (Ljubljana, SL).