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Since they affect people in daily life in many aspects (work, citizenship, culture…), the media require both knowledge and a critical distance that can be acquired only through learning. Getting adults to use rational media practices is often achieved through extracurricular structures (associations, city councils, lifelong educational structure, etc). Thus the trainers and educators of these structures have to be sensitised first and provided with tools to be used every day in their task of lifelong education.

The reflection relies on the work of experts who scout for initiatives related to different media (press, radio, television, internet, cinema…), such as databases, pedagogical studies, surveys about the actors and the contexts, synthesis of the general available data and innovative practices outside school.

The aim of the seminar is to reflect upon:

- Identification of the organisations (ministries, local associations, schools, training centres, and universities), which are at the origin of the practices.
- Constitution of the groups of learners and their motivation, the practices and their objectives, their organisation, identification of the methodologies, the learning tools.
- Identification of the obstacles vs. conditions helping these practices.
- Identification of European convergences and how to make them happen. The seminar will target individuals with respect to their professional life and their relation to culture and leisure activities, the citizens with respect to their relation to the media, and parents with respect to their educational role.

Lifelong Media Learning: innovative practices outside school

Brussel seminar (17/18/19 november 2008)

Interventions of the participants

Monday 17 november

Show&Tell
Commission 1
Discourses and Practices of Quality in Television
- Gabriela Borges (Portugal)
When youth has a voice: An ethnographic research about media and youth
- Raquel Pacheco et Ines Camara (Portugal)
Out-of-school Youth Media Learning & Development: A Community Artist’s journey
- Rosana Corral Navas (Ireland)
Media Education a Polymorphous Challenge - Anghel Rodica-Roxana (Romania)
The Evens Prize
- Laura D’halleweyn (Belgium)
Commission 2
New challenges in media literacy mobile devices education
- Angeles Martinez Garcia (Spain)
Le Centre Audiovisuel Liège a.s.b.l. et l’éducation aux médias tout au long de la vie
- Michel Clarembeaux (Belgium)
Présentation du livre « Zap l’écran, vive la vie ! »
- Patrice Gilly (Belgium)
Le business des jeux vidéo : petit joueur deviendra-t-il grand développeur ?
- Catherine Geeroms (Belgium)
Presentation of the ICT education project MULTIKULTURA
- Andzej Bialko (Poland)
Topic 1/Plenary session : Publics and their media environments : uses, trends and appropriation
Introduction
- par Patrick Verniers
Evaluation of the Euromeduc Paris seminar
- par Gérard Covalecchio
Presentation of the methods and the goals of the seminar
- par Paul de Theux
Media Lives – Digital Journeys
- par Fiona Lennox
New technologies, media literacy and educational experiences with elderly people
- par Franscisco Pavon Rabasco
Workshop 1 : What goals for lifelong learning media literacy ?
Watch the video report from the workshops 1
Room « Commission 1 » (Groupe Francophone) (Read the report)
Room « Commission 2 » (English group) (Read the report)
Room «Washington » (Biligual group) (Read the report)

Tuesday18 november

Topic 2/Plenary session : Which educational methods for lifelong learning of media literacy ?
Cinetic : l’éducation aux médias par la critique cinématographique chez les adultes
- Daniel Bonvoisin (Belgique)
Digital Story Telling method and Media Literacy
- Simon Strömberg (Sweden)
Eduquer aux médias après l’école : parents et adolescents se mobilisent dans une communauté locale
- Alessandra Falconi (Italy)
Les stéréotypes sexistes : une expérience extrascolaire
- Dorie Bruyas (France)
Workshop 2 : Which educational methods for lifelong learning of media literacy ?
Watch the video report from the workshops 2
Room « Commission 1 » (Groupe Francophone) (Read the report)
Room « Commission 2 » (English group) (Read the report)
Room «Washington » (Biligual group) (Read the report)
Topic 3/Plenary session : Media literacy for specific audiences
Medialiteracy and multicultural communities
- Ed Klute (Netherlands)
What media literacy for marginalized or excluded people ?
- Mike Cushman (United Kingdom)
Quelle éducation aux médias à destination des parents ?
- Christian Gautellier (France)
Workshop 3 : Media literacy for specific audiences
Watch the video report from the workshops 3
Room « Commission 1 » (Groupe Francophone) (Read the report)
Room « Commission 2 » (English group) (Read the report-rendu)
Room «Washington » (Bilingual group) (Read the report)

Wednesday 19 november

Topic 4/Plenary session : Which partners for media literacy ? Advantages and limits.
A European approach to media literacy: a commission’s communication
- Matteo Zacchetti (Italy)
Mediacoach: an inclusive approach of Media Literacy
- Ed Klute (Netherland)
Newspapers and lifelong learning
- Fifi Schwarz (Netherland)
Workshop 4 : Which partners for media literacy ? Advantages and limits
Watch the video report from the workshops 4
Room « Commission 1 » (Groupe Francophone) (Read the report-rendu)
Room « Commission 2 » (English group) (Read the report-rendu)
Room «Washington » (Biligual group) (Read the report)
Closing session
Presentation of a typology of projects or educational initiatives about “lifelong during media education”
- Francisco Pavon Rabasco (Spain)
Synthetic analysis and feedbacks from the experts
- Mike Cushman, Ed Klute et Christian Gauttelier (Read the report in anglais et in french)
- watch the video
Report of the external evaluator
- Thierry Desmedt (Belgium)
Final conclusions and closure
- Patrick Verniers (Belgium)
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Média AnimationUniversity of the Algarve
Le ClemiZaffiria

Partners Congress

Evens Foundation  PEGI
European Newspaper Publishers' Association  Media Coach

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