MEDIA EDUCATION

fighting bullying and foster inclusion

Description and main aims

Draft proposed program

STRUCTURE OF THE TRAINING

 

Arrival day - Welcoming

 

DAY 1 09.30 - 12:30 - 14.30 - 17.30

Introduction of the program.

Ice breaking activities

Get to know each other + team building activities

On screen. Analysis of content. "Teaching peace and tolerance: bullying and violence, a real phenomena of our reality. How we can prevent and fight them in a long term perspective and action". 

Group Discussion and working team: 5 tips for school directors, teachers and parents. 

 

What makes a good story?

On screen. Analysis of content

Audience/ target

Building the basis. Audiovisual language, Format, composition of the image

Evaluation of the day

 

Day 2 09.30 - 12:30 - 14.30 - 17.30

On screen. Analysis (interview)

Cluster idea. Creations of the teams.

Camera technique (movement)

 

On screen. Analysis. (Entertainment spots)

Set, lights ad sound

Evaluation of the day

 

Day 3 09.30 - 12:30 - 14.30 - 17.30

On screen. analysis.

Workshop of Interpretation ( with participation of professional)

On screen. analysis

Make up and effects

 

Explore the city to give the opportunity to the participants the possibility to spot the perfect location where to film and enter in contact with the locals.

 

Preproduction: Storyboard

How to write a script?

Editing software

 

Evaluation of the day

 

Day 4 09.30 - 12:30 - 14.30 - 17.30

Production day

Evaluation of the day

 

Day 5

Post production.

On screen. Analysis. Music.

Check of the material filmed.

Selection.

 

Editing

Evaluation of the day.

 

Day 6

Projects on screen. Presentation

Publishing online

Global evaluation of the project.

All the activities will developed using no formal methodology.

Watch the pictures of the trainings

SESSIONS 2018

JUMP organizes a training every month of the year excluded from half of December and January. If your writing a KA1 project, please, plan the most suitable period for you and your team starting from the 1 of July every year and then, when you will know if your project is approved, we will write each other and we will confirm dates and sessions planning together.

The training combining Media Education and fighting bullying was born from the observation of the actual reality characterized by two main aspects: the increasing use of social media and media tools at school and the increasing phenomena of bullying starting from very young students. Media have an high impact in our life and school is a long term period of our existence where teachers have the key role of being educators, but also mentors and persons themselves establishing a link with the outside reality. Teachers are in the middle between school directors and parents and represent point of reference for students growing inside classrooms in need to become young adults and adults, European citizens and ready to become or free lances, or owners or employees.

Bullying Prevention: 5 Tips for Teachers, Principals, and Parents

Approximately 32 percent of students report being bullied at school. Bullied students are more likely to take a weapon to school, get involved in physical fights, and suffer from anxiety and depression, health problems, and mental health problems. They suffer academically (especially high-achieving black and Latino students). And research suggests that schools where students report a more severe bullying climate score worse on standardized assessments than schools with a better climate.

This is all common sense to educators. They have known for decades that students need to be in safe, supportive learning environments to thrive. And the vast majority care deeply about keeping children safe. But especially given that commitment to student safety, why do so many children experience bullying? In this training we will explore both main topics: preventing and fighting bullying and how to develop and use Media Education.

Main structure of the program:

Five Tips to Help Principals Prevent Bullying

Five Tips to Help Teachers Prevent Bullying

Five Tips to Help Parents Prevent Bullying

 

What is media education?

The process of teaching and learning about media by means of critical thinking.

The systematic instruction of media critical analysis and production skills through various media contents and technologies.

Activities taking place in education to teach the use of means of mass communication (video production, use of multimedia, digital newspapers, etc.).

Term often used as a synonym for Media Literacy. However, its strict sense makes much reference to the process developed for making a citizen medially literate and the skills to understand and manage the media.

Activities taking place in education to teach the use of means and critical thinking of mass communication (video production, use of multimedia, digital newspapers, etc.).