Media Literacy Among Teenagers


Towards a more responsible media literacy Project

Six schools from Austria, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Sweden and Slovenia have joined together with the aim to examine phenomenon of fake news and include it in media literacy and civic education activities. Fake news is becoming a fashionable term to depict misleading information, deliberately spread over social networks. The teenagers, internet natives, accept internet as the predominantly reality but are often deceived and used by online predators, what often leads to ignite populist ideas. Parents often lack experience and knowledge, schools curricula are falling behind since the development is rapid.
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BG/BRG Leibnitz Austria : map

Razlog Vocational High School 'Nickola Stoychev' Bulgaria : map

LEPRP Jeanne Antide France : map

Mathilde-Planck-Schule Germany : map

Srednja sola Domzale Slovenia : map

Nösnäs gymnasiet Sweden : map

Second Meeting, Reignier France, february 3 - 6 2020