Teachers from Tallinn, Harjumaa and Ida-Virumaa participated in our media literacy project

We have finalised our third project for Russian-speaking school teachers and youth workers "Keeping up with media". The project, organised by MTÜ Tuleviku Meedia in partnership with the Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR) news portal Rus.ERR, Radio 4 and ETV+ TV channel, was attended by 31 Russian-speaking teachers from schools and youth centres in Tallinn, Harju County and Ida-Viru County.
This project is carried out in cooperation with British Council 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

The project programme on 22-25 August, 8 and 16-17 September included lectures, master classes, discussions, communication, exchange of experience, meetings with journalists and editors, as well as a special literary and cultural part of the programme related to journalism, the history of Tallinn and the works of Sergei Dovlatov. The teachers visited TV offices of ERR, Radio offices and ERR News House offices, as well as the editorial offices and studios of ETV+, Radio 4 and the Rus.ERR portal.

The lecturers and experts of the projects, who met with the participants: Julia Rodina, media educator and founder of MTÜ Tuleviku Meedia, Tatiana Gasova, head of Rus.ERR's radio and web news, Julia Bali, editor-in-chief of Radio 4, Jekateriana Taklaya, editor-in-chief of ETV+, Andrei Titov, journalist and host of Radio 4 and ETV+, journalist and editor of ETV+ and Nauka.ERR Julia Tisler, editor-in-chief of Delovye Vedomosti/DV.ee Polina Volkova, ERR radio news journalist and guide Natalia Saal, psychotherapist and teacher Taras Ivashchenko.

This is the third time MTÜ Tuleviku Meedia has organised such a project. The aim is to provide educators with new knowledge about journalism and media, to get to know journalists and the work of newsrooms, and to provide participants with useful and practical tools for teaching media literacy. The lectures focused on verifying the reliability of information, applying artificial intelligence, and working on psychological resilience skills in the context of working with information and using social media.
Let's play fact-checking bingo!
We received an award for promoting information resilience in 2023

Write first comment

Email again: