Nuevo modelo de enseñanza europeo a través del prosumidor infantil televisivo

Aguaded Gómez, José Ignacio; Cayuela, Rosalía Urbano
November 2014
Comunicación y Hombre;nov2014, Issue 10, p131
In the children's media literacy the protagonist is the kid as prosumer, increasing their motivation and ingenuity, creativity and learning. So, it's essential an educommunicative European television with values and learnings based on the critical thinking at stage of seven to twelve years old. In this research work, we present a new trend, the creation of workshops in organizations outside the school. Workshop-schools emerge for media prosumer, result of European educommunicative curricular gap in primary. In these workshops, the educational skills are reinforced through "learning by doing". It's created a TV child prosumer.


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