1. Oö. Jugend-Medien Studie 2009
In 2009, Education Group conducted its first study on the use of media by young people aged 11-18, taking into account the points of view of the young people themselves, their parents and their teachers.
1. Oö. Kinder-Medien-Studie 2007
In 2007, Education Group conducted its first study on the use of media by children aged 3-10, taking into account the points of view of children, their parents and their educators.
Medien-Studien der Education Group
Since 2007, Education Group conducts annual studies which focus either on the media behaviour of children aged between 3 and 10 years or of youth aged between 11 and 18.
Filmlinjen.dk - The Filmline
Filmlinjen.dk is an online teaching tool that provides information and production tools for practical film production
in secondary education. It allows to manage the various processes from pre-production to post-production and assign specific tasks to each member of the film crew. A great tool for the producer / the teacher.
All students will receive a thorough introduction to their job on the film crew. Professional filmmakers give advice within their specific field through short and precise videos and lots of tools and examples.
Subsequently, Filmlinjen.dk will help the crew develop the content of the film, support communication on the
crew and manage the production. From the basic idea to the premiere and launching on the Internet. The crew can work online with the project and you can exchance messages and follow the different processes.
Using media to support learning from pre-school through to University
The Greek Ministry of Education - Educational RadioTelevision, along with the University of Crete - Faculty of Education, Department of Preschool Education, organised the scientific meeting 'Using media to support learning from pre-school through to University' on 31 May 2013 in Greece. This meeting explored how the use of media supports learning and provided not only the means to enhance the learning process and make it more accessible and engaging as media can also play a significant role in fostering creativity and innovation. The event brought together several experts and experienced practitioners who shared their ideas and experiences in creating and using media resources to support learning in various contexts, the importance of media literacy and role of communities of practice at a European level in supporting the exchange of experience and know-how.
Sofia Papadimitriou presented Educational RadioTelevision (Greece), a multimedia platform connected to social networks which offers students and teachers the environment and the tools to design and create their own multimedia projects. She also presented the methodology for the pedagogical use of video in class and the benefits of publishing and disseminating videos in social networks.
Michail Kalogiannakis, lecturer at the Department of Preschool Education at the University of Crete in Greece explored the use of digital media in early childhood education.
Sally Reynolds from ATiT (Belgium) presented the MEDEA Awards and showed samples of award-winning entries as well as presented the new Media & Learning Association and the many communications and collaboration channels associated with the Media & Learning network.
Mathy Vanbuel from ATiT (Belgium) presented REC:all and the potential of lecture capture in universities and higher education institutions.
QR Codes im Unterricht
This article describes ways of using QR codes in education, gives examples and also includes a small link collection.
MEDEAnet webinar "Videos for teaching"
This is the recording of a one-hour webinar about integrating videos in teaching. The main topic is the influence of video on the learning behaviour and learning effects, with a special focus on flipping the classroom. The webinar was held by MEDEAnet on 21 March 2013 and 40 people from 15 different countries, mainly teachers and trainers, took part in it.
Speakers for the webinar: Olaf de Groot (De Verdieping at stichting Kennisnet, the Netherlands) and Bram Faems (Jonatan Berkenboom and KlasCement, Belgium).
After the presentations, participants could ask questions in an open discussion and are free to still ask questions in our online forum discussion on this webinar.
CLEMI: Ressources pour la classe, Enseigner avec l’audiovisuel : le kit pédagogique
Le CLEMI est chargé de l’éducation aux médias dans l’ensemble du système éducatif français depuis 1983. Il a pour mission d’apprendre aux élèves une pratique citoyenne des médias. Cet objectif s’appuie sur des partenariats dynamiques entre enseignants et professionnels de l’information. Tous les enseignants, quels que soient leur niveau et leur discipline peuvent avoir recours au CLEMI, tant au plan national que régional, pour se former, obtenir des conseils ou des ressources.
Pour développer des activités d’éducation aux médias dans les classes, le CLEMi vous propose de multiples outils : fiches pédagogiques, sitographie des médias, lexique, dossiers thématiques, modules vidéo, etc., et même la possibilité de rencontrer un(e) journaliste dans le cadre de l’opération Renvoyé Spécial.
RFI, TV5Monde, le ministère français des Affaires étrangères et européennes et le CLEMI ont conçu un kit pédagogique pour faciliter l’utilisation de documents et de médias audiovisuels en classe de français.
Composé d’une grille d’analyse, d’un guide pour la conception pédagogique, de 10 fiches outil, de 5 cartes mémo et d’un DVD, le kit pédagogique, conçu comme une véritable boîte à outils, apporte une série de conseils pratiques pour analyser les contenus médiatiques, créer des scénarios pédagogiques et mettre en place des activités de production audiovisuelle.
CLEMI is responsible for media education across the French educational system since 1983. Its mission is to teach citizen media practice to students. This objective is based on strong partnerships between teachers and information professionals. All teachers, both nationally and regionally, regardless of their level and discipline can CLEMI resources, for training, advice and resources.
To develop media literacy activities in the classroom, Clemi offers a multitude of teaching materials and tools, a media referatory, lexicon, thematic modules, video, etc., even the opportunity to meet a reporter under the activity "Special Reporter".
RFI, TV5 Monde, the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and CLEMI have designed an educational kit to facilitate the use of documents and audiovisual media in French class. Composed of a grid of analysis, a guide for instructional design, 10 sheets, 5 tool cards, a memo and DVDs, the teaching kit was designed as a real toolbox providing a series of hints and practices to analyze media content, create lesson plans and implement audiovisual production activities.
Site des médias
Vidéos pour la classe
Musique(s) is a free online tool for music education that provides the users with a fun and easy way to learn about music instruments and styles. The description texts come along with sound contents that greatly help recognise the different instruments and play a fundamental role in the programme.
The programme include plain information as well as test quizzes and games.
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.