Eğitim Bilim Açısından Seçmeli Medya Okuryazarlığı Dersi Programına Elestirel Bir Yaklaşım

Altun, Adnan
December 2009
Journal of Kirsehir Education Faculty;2009, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p97
Academic Journal
The aim of this study is to examine and to evaluate the Curriculum of Elective Media Literacy Course. Media literacy as elective course, review of the literature, needs analysis of individual and society, and internal consistency of the curriculum was determined as basic criteria in the evaluation based on stages of curriculum development. As a result of the examination and the evaluation it could be said that the scope and effectiveness of media literacy education decreased since it was elective course. Literature of media literacy hasn't been investigated enough/thoroughly on the curriculum development process. Furthermore, it's hardly to say that needs analysis of individual and society on media literacy education is sufficent. The curriculum has internal consistency in itself, but not in media literacy. All evaluations have been revealed that works of media literacy education must be dealt with again in Turkey.


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