Our first media literacy project for educators took place in Tallinn

Our first media literacy project for Russian-speaking school teachers and youth centers' workers from Tallinn, Harjumaa and Ida-Virumaa took place in Tallinn on October 25-27, 2022. The project is organized by MTÜ Tuleviku Meedia in partnership with Delovye Vedomosti/DV.ee (Äripäev) and supported by the British Council. The project involved 30 teachers, youth workers and school psychologists.

Lectures and master classes on media, journalism, fact-checking and methods of teaching media literacy were conducted by Delovye Vedomosti editor-in-chief Polina Volkova, associate professor of the Vidzeme Higher School of Applied Sciences Solvita Denis-Liepniece, DV.ee journalist Olesja Lagashina, ETV+ and Radio 4 journalist Andrei Titov, ETV+ journalist and editor Julia Tisler and founder of MTÜ Tuleviku Meedia Julia Rodina.

Participants visited the editorial office and studios of ERR and ETV+, met DV.ee editorial team and took part in the editorial meeting. 

News about the project - DV.ee portal. 

This project is carried out in cooperation with British Council in Estonia as part of the People to People Cultural Engagement Programme. Find more info about British Council’s work in Estonia at www.britishcouncil.ee 

Podcast Citizen D: the civic duty of media literacy
ETV+ talkshow: Is Estonian journalism ethical?

Write first comment

Email again: