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Moscow Media Education Centers for Non-professionals in the Media Fields

Author(s): Alexander Fedorov

Journal: European Researcher
ISSN 2219-8229

Volume: 55;
Issue: 7-2;
Start page: 1965;
Date: 2013;
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Keywords: Russia | Moscow | media education literacy | media culture | media competence.

The analysis of the basic media education models used in Moscow media education centers has shown that nowadays the synthetic media education models are most typical; they are based on the synthesis of the sociocultural, educational and informational, practical and utilitarian models. And they lean towards the maximum usage of media education potential depending on the aims and objectives; they are characterized by variability, and the capacity to entirely or partially integrate into the education process. The suggested media education technology is based as a rule on blocks or modules of creative and role play/gaming assignments for the teachers to use both in school and out-of-school activities. An important peculiarity of the analyzed models is that they have a wide field of application: schools, universities, institutions of additional education and leisure activity. Media studies may be organized in the form of lessons, optional classes, and special courses integrated into different school subjects, or used in school societies.

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