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INgeBEELD - Media wisdom and literacy platform

INgeBEELD’s aim is to educate children, youth and adults in media wisdom or media literacy, and it is divided into 4 different educational pathways with a specific target audience: 1) 3-8 year old children – an offline box, 2) 6-14 years youngsters – an offline box, 3) 12-18 years – online website and 4) an online platform for teachers in training and in practice, which is also open to anyone who wishes to learn more about the field of media literacy and media wisdom: media users, educators and parents, teachers, academics, artists, etc.

Educational users of the platform can be inspired by these projects.
The platform aims to ensure that people in the class will learn to:
Active (Do it yourself)
Critical
Conscious

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Dirk Terryn, CANON Cultural Unit of the Flemish Ministry of Education and Training, Belgium

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MEDEAnet webinar Meet the MEDEA Awards 2012 finalists online

This webpage gathers the presentations and recording of the first webinar of the series 'Meet the MEDEA Awards 2012 finalists online' that took place on 22 November 2012. 25 participants took part in this one-hour webinar in which the two award winners of the MEDEA Awards 2012 presented their entries and described how they have successfully used media to enhance the learning process in their specific circumstances.

Petros Michailidis (5th Primary school of Alexandroupolis, Greece) who presented the eTwinning project 'And the Oscar goes to ... ', and Catherine Loire (TICE, Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University, France) who presented the video 'Quand la colère fait tomber les masques'.

This webinar was organised by the MEDEAnet project, which aims to promote media-based learning to organisations and practitioners and is related to the MEDEA Awards.

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MEDEAnet project, Petros Michailidis, Catherine Loire

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2012

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1 hour

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MEDEAnet webinar How to integrate gaming in the classroom

This webpage gathers the recording and presentations of the webinar 'How to integrate gaming in the classroom' that took place on 25 June 2012. 27 participants took part in this one-hour webinar and received an insight into what it's like to integrate games into their teaching practice.

Speaker Steven Ronsijn, who is teacher and educational ICT-coordinator at Sint-Lievenscollege Gent (Belgium), described the concrete benefits and experiences he has had as a teacher when using games in his lessons. Jolanta Galecka from Young Digital Planet (Poland) focussed on how you can use games in different learning settings to better motivate children to learn from both a theoretical and a practical perspective.

This webinar was organised by the MEDEAnet project, which aims to promote media-based learning to organisations and practitioners and is related to the MEDEA Awards.

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