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The declared objective of the project is to make an international overview on the role of the education of media literacy in public education, based on which it may draw up a recommendation for the development of education methodology amongst the Visegrád Group countries, as well as create a common knowledge base and exchange of experience. In the current project media literacy is viewed as the ensemble of interdisciplinary skills and the promoter of the smart, wise, critical and conscious acceptance of mediated environments. Digital media does not only play an important role in the extra-curricular activities of students – by which it contributes to the informal knowledge acquisition of pupils – but it has also become an essential element of today’s formal learning culture. Digital media provides many opportunities for schools and teachers to improve the efficiency of knowledge organising: it supports the student-centred approach of teaching and learning processes in conjunction with constructive and active learning, facilitates the modernisation and interactivity of learning contents and creative problem solving, allows the customisation and differentiation of the learning process, promotes the expansion of the potential of cooperative group work, etc. Researches (e.g., Hobbs and Frost, 2003) prove that where media literacy is taught, pupils achieve better results in reading comprehension, information processing and interpretation, and also have better outcomes in the critical reception and analysis of media contents. In terms of the work of teachers, the appearance of digital tools may contribute to the modern and efficient performance of educational work. Due to its novelty and complexity it may be interpreted as a new challenge in an interdisciplinary sense.

Utolsó frissítés: 2016.07.28.