Documents

In Library section we will publish resources produced by project partners that could assist the development of social, civic and intercultural competences as well as critical thinking, creativity and digital skills among local communities in order to increase media literacy. We will provide a library of community-level campaigns/actions co-designed by students, teachers, families and other stakeholders to be freely accessed and replicated – upon adaptation if relevant – elsewhere in Europe. 

ANALYSIS OF ONLINE QUESTIONNAIRES

Analysis of online questionnaires conducted in Bulgaria, Croatia, Italy and Slovenia assessing needs of students, teachers and parents and their level of knowledge of information and communication technology, media, cysbersecurity etc.

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IN-EDU ENGAGEMENT PROGRAMME

Empowerment of communities and social inclusion through media literacy and critical thinking for teachers, students and parents!

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ПРОГРАМАТА ЗА ОБУЧЕНИЯ И АНГАЖИРАНЕ НА ОБЩНОСТИ НА ПРОЕКТА ИН-ЕДУ

Овластяване на общности и социално включване чрез медийна грамотност и критично мислене за учители, ученици, и родители!

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INFORMATION FACTORY AND NEW INFORMATION FORMATS

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about the way information is produced and MIL added value (citizenship competence).
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, contains a hands-on approach to teaching the information factory.

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INFORMATION DISORDERS
(fake news, conspiracy, rumours, radicalisation…) 

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about information disorders, the strategies to combat them (fact-checking, counter-discourse) and MIL added value. 
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, deals with hands-on approach to information disorders .

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MEDIA ECOSYSTEMS AND THE GEO-STRATEGY OF INTERNET

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about digital media ecosystems and MIL added value.
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, deals with hands-on approach to teaching about digital media ecosystems.

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DIGITAL STORYTELLING: DECODING MEDIA LANGUAGES
(text, image, sound)

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about media languages and MIL added value.
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, contains a hands-on approach to teaching about different media languages

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SOCIAL MEDIA 
(e-presence, e-reputation)

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about social media and MIL added value.
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, deals with hands-on approach to teaching
about online presence, digital footprint and e-reputation.

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STEREOTYPES AND HATE SPEECH

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about stereotypes and MIL added value.
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, deals with hands-on approach to teaching about stereotypes and hate speech

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PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA AND PRIVACY

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about privacy and MIL added value.
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, deals with hands-on approach to teaching about privacy .

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PARTICIPATION AND COMMUNITIES

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about participation and communities and MIL added value.
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, deals with hands-on approach to teaching about participation and communities.

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FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, DEMOCRACY AND HUMAN RIGHTS

The first part of this lesson plan deals with knowledge about freedom of expression and MIL added value.
The second part of this lesson plan, the MILAB, deals with hands-on approach to teaching freedom of expression.

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TRAINING SUPPORT MATERIALS FOR MIL CURRICULUM LESSON PLANS

These resources are part of the MIL curriculum pack and complete the teaching guide. They can be used by teachers to augment the core knowledge content and during “MILAB” activities that enable educators to explore further how to incorporate MIL in the classroom.

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