Meediaõppe strateegiad koolis

Reijo Kupiainen

Abstract


Artikkel põhineb minu raamatu "Meedia ja digitaalne kirjaoskus keskkoolis" ("Media and digital literacies in secondary school") (2013) 5. peatükil. Artikli tarbeks olen seda peatükki veidi lühendanud ja ümber sõnastanud. Keskendun mitmesugustele õppestrateegiatele, mida jälgiti 2009/2010. õppeaastal ühes Soome keskkoolis toimunud etnograafilise kooliuuringu käigus. Uuring näitab, et meediahariduse peamise strateegiana kasutavad õpetajad analüüsi ja meediatekstide loomist. Artiklis esitan selliste strateegiate näidetena reklaamiprojekti, seebiooperi loomise, animatsiooniprojekti, eluloo koostamise ja ajalehe esikaane kujundamise eri õppekeskkondades. Kõik näited viitavad sellele, et meediaharidus peab rajama tugeva silla noorte ja koolikultuuri vahele ning koolis kasutatav tehnoloogia peab õppesisuga kaasas käima.

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meediaharidus, meediatehnoloogia, kool, õppimine

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