418510 VU Worlds of Media of Children and Adolescents

summer semester 2021 | Last update: 11.11.2021 Place course on memo list
418510
VU Worlds of Media of Children and Adolescents
VU 1
2
every 2 weeks
annually
German

The knowledge of various models of media literacy enables students to gain insight into the specific profile of media education that meets the requirements of the information society. They analyse and evaluate common learning and edutainment software as well as learning platforms and multimedia learning environments with regard to their didactic suitability and clarify their possible applications. Students can assess the educational value of traditional and new media and reflect their relevance in terms of diversity, socioeconomic situations, social class and mi-lieu as well as gender differentiation.

Exemplary dealing with current trends and research findings and exemplary analysis and evaluation of media offers for children and adolescents (including learning and edutainment software, computer games etc.).
Media socialisation, meaning and consequences of growing up in media cultures, media usage of children and adolescents, functions of media for identity and self-concept,
media ethics, risks of activities on the internet, media usage for teaching and learning processes

Moodle course: Introductory lectures, plenary forms of exchange, analysis and discussion of multimedia sources

written work assignments, contributions to the discussions

Angenent, H., Heidkamp-Kergel, B., Kergel, D. (Hrsg.): Digital Diversity. Bildung und Lernen im Kontext gesellschaftlicher Transformationen. Springer Verlag 2019
Hug, Theo (Hrsg.): Medienpädagogik. Herausforderung für Lernen und Bildung im Medienzeitalter. Innsbruck: University Press (2018)

Will be announced during the first course

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Date Time Location
Fri 2021-03-12
09.00 - 12.45 eLecture - online eLecture - online
Fri 2021-03-26
09.00 - 12.45 eLecture - online eLecture - online
Fri 2021-04-16
09.00 - 12.45 eLecture - online eLecture - online
Fri 2021-04-30
09.00 - 12.45 eLecture - online eLecture - online