We finalised our fifth media literacy project for educators

In February and March, 2024, 28 educators from Tallinn, Tartu, Harjumaa and Ida-Virumaa took part in lectures, masterclasses and visited Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR) editorial offices as a part of our media literacy project.

Educators took a tour behind the scenes and learned how Raadio 4, Rus.ERR and ETV+ journalists work, how the programmes get on air and what it takes to become a journalist.

Participants met with MTÜ Tuleviku Meedia founder Julia Rodina, head of ERR Russian-language radio and web news Tatiana Gassova, Radio 4 editor-in-chief Julia Bali, Radio 4 and ETV+ journalist and host Andrei Titov and ETV+ and Nauka.ERR journalist Julia Tisler.

We wrapped up our media literacy project for educators with the video training and mobile journalism master class. It’s important to say that for the majority of participants it was the first experience of filming and editing videos. Nevertheless everybody did a great job and discovered new talents.

Together with the lecturer, MTÜ Tuleviku Meedia founder Julia Rodina teachers from Tallinn, Tartu, Harjuma and Ida-Virumaa learned mobile journalism tools and tips, discussed different video formats and created 5 video news pieces as a result of the group work.

British Council Estonia, thank you for supporting the project.

Many thanks to our project partners: Rus.ERR, Raadio 4, ETV+

Photos: Rita Mironova-Malkin

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 

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