Media education: From passive consumers to active creators

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The project aims at implementing media education at the secondary schools of five European countries while using hands-on approach as the main teaching method. Students will learn how to use simple media production technologies and techniques by creating media outputs in the form of videos, a joint newspaper, a website and counter advertisements on three main subjects: gender stereotypes, health and lifestyle and global issues. They will compare and share their different views and usages of media resources from their country┬┤s point of view, which will bring another dimension to this national cooperative media education.

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