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E-Media Education Lab

This website provides teacher training resources in media education and includes 10 different training scenarios along with evalutation strategies that have been used in different teacher training settings in Europeteacher training

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e-MEL project partnership

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teacher, training, media literacy, media education

Écoutte cette histoire

These excellent educational audiovisual materials to support French teachers address various aspects of Canadian Francophone culture and highlight literature in particular.

Ersilia

Ersilia is a website in French that has been created to help young people develop autonomous and critical understanding of the constant stream of images with which they are faced. The website includes a database and a toolbox that establishes links between different types of images from different contexts with historical moments to help visitors understand the role played by such images.

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Le bal

Krita

Krita is the full-featured free digital painting studio for artists who want to create professional work from start to end. Krita is used by comic book artists, illustrators, concept artists, matte and texture painters and in the digital VFX industry.Krita is free software, licensed under the GNU Public License, version 2 or later.

Krita has several features that are unique or a first among free software painting applications: support for colorspaces other than RGB, like CMYK, support for HDR painting, painting assistants, a perspective grid. The Krita developers are keen to support the artistic community that has grown around Krita.

Future Classroom Toolkit

The Future Classroom Toolkit can be used to introduce or scale up innovative use of ICT in a school or network of schools

Against all odds

This game was created by UNHCR and can be used to help students better understand the plight of refugees.

R EU READY?

R EU READY is an educational and interactive game created by the European Economic and Social Committee which lets you act out the role of an EESC member: choose the opinion you want to campaign on, answer questions and try to win the support of at least 75% of your colleagues. Have fun in learning how the EU works and the EESC's place in it. Available for free from both Google Play and Apple AppStore

EJN 5-point test for hate speech

This infographic has been created by the Ethical Journalists Network (EJN) and although primarily aimed at journalists can also be used by teachers as part of their media literacy activities. The idea behind the infographic is to help navigate through the current media landscape minefield and take into consideration the wider context in which people express themselves. What is important is to focus not just on what is said, but what is intended. It’s not just a matter of law or socially acceptable behaviour; it’s a question of whether speech aims to do others harm, particularly at moments when there is the threat of immediate violence.

European Migration Network Glossary

The purpose of this European Migration Network (EMN) Glossary of terms relating to Asylum and Migration is to improve comparability between EU member States through the use and common understanding of the terms and definitions contained therein. The glossary is intended to serve as a useful reference document for EMN National Contact Points and their National Network members, as well as for other practitioners in the filed of asylum and migration. It can also be of interest to the educational sector when carrying our media and social awareness projects.

YouDecide

You Decide is a teaching resource about privacy and digital responsibility for children and young adults aged between 9 and 18. The objective of the resource is to increase awareness, reflection and knowledge about privacy and the choices young people make when using digital media. The teaching resource consists of the website with articles and facts about relevant themes, true stories, discussion tasks and films. The themes include privacy, online violations, digital trails, source criticism and what it means to be social online. The films are linked to the themes and provide a good starting point for stimulating discussion and generating interest among the pupils.

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