The module series on media literacy development started in 2008. It was the fifth series of the trainer training scheme of the Pestalozzi Programme and was planned to last until spring/summer 2009. The first module (Module A) took place in Strasbourg at the European Youth Centre of the Council of Europe and the second module (Module B) in Sèvres, France, with the support of the French Ministry of Education. The five phases of the module series were coordinated by a team of facilitators – Ms Evelyne Bévort, France, Ms Anne-Claire Orban, Belgium - led by Mr Patrick Verniers, Belgium. The coordination of the methodological approach was carried out by the General Rapporteur, Ms Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard in close collaboration with the Secretariat. The training units, edited by Ms Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard and Ms Ildikò Lázár, are now available for interested teachers and teacher trainers to try them out, to adapt them and further develop them. The Pestalozzi Programme would appreciate feedback on the available resources, including further resources developed on the basis of the model in its online collection.
Media literacy development and human rights education, 2008/2009 (ML)
Title: “Redefining place and belonging through locative media and digital storytelling”
Title: Students on the Internet: What issues? What meanings? What limits?
Title: My digital world
Title: Human Rights in the world of contemporary media
Title: What are Web 2.0 opportunities for teaching?
Title: Learning about and making friends with new technologies
Title: Literary blog-training
Title: Experiencing Web 2.0 as learning and teaching tool