Researching Media Learning

The Centre for the Study of Children Youth and Media in conjunction with the Media Education Association

This event took place Thursday December 1st, 2011
A one-day event presenting and discussing the findings of two research projects exploring media learning and progression, in both primary and secondary education:   Developing Media Literacy: Towards a Model of Learning Progression An ESRC Funded Project in collaboration with the English and Media Centre and The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education: David Buckingham, Andrew Burn, Becky Parry and Mandy Powell   Persistence of Vision (POV) was an MEA project jointly funded by the UK Film Council’s education strategy &lldquo;Film: 21st Century Literacy”, by Creativity Culture Education and by three local authorities (LAs): Devon, Norfolk and Worcestershire: Cary Bazalgette, John Potter and Becky Parry   With discussants Jackie Marsh, Professor of Education at the University of Sheffield and Julian McDougall, Reader in Education at Wolverhampton University   On the 1st December 2011 from 10 AM until 5 PM. Followed by a wine reception and the MEA  AGM. To book a place please register here.  The £15 price includes lunch and a wine reception. Places allocated on a first come, first served basis.

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