Studybays.Me — M. Stünz Filiciak [Filiciak, 2008].

It envisaged both media education and citizenship, but understood not only as a school assignment, but the NGO institutions, houses of culture. What’s more, accompanied by the belief that such non-school education should be equally appreciated in the education system. A student attending classes photographic, film, journalism fills the house of culture in the same way their compulsory education as a student attending the lessons of physics or history in school and society [Strategy …, 2012]. Still we are thinking about school, but we are already thinking of school, which is a definite change in the understanding of modern media education. Modern media education is a «street work» as defined by G. and M. Stünz Filiciak [Filiciak, 2008]. Its advantage is the informal nature allows the teacher or instructor creative work with the students, greater use of activating methods, the development of media art. The disadvantage is the lack of deliberate and organized media education program, which would include mandatory one social group, for example. Just students, preferably from I to IV stage. Therefore, the school seems to be the only institution that can guarantee fully carry out media education at a given stage of life, the most important from the point of view of attitudes, including the media. If such education would have a well-prepared program for several years, there would be no need for action after school. Short-term educational projects, social activities, and even national programs do not replace the possibility offered by the school. Therefore, recognizing the opportunities for media education in the era of its descholaryzacji, at the same time we see serious limitations and we demand it back «uszkolnienia.» So how do we solve the problem of school education and the media at the moment? We can take an intermediate solution. On the one hand, to lead initiatives and educational media, develop its current descholaryzacyjny including as recently highlighted «all social groups and ages,» but included in the school, to shape the vision of the school of the future, built not just around the curriculum, at around certain social ideas, creative and collaborative engagement. At this stage, the school is not ready to respond to the challenge of social networks, new mobile media, more like an institution adapted to the model of the industrial era, adapting to the existing social conditions, and not an institution forming a change. The need for a kind of «School Pact», initiate real and courageous reforms in the understanding and functioning of the school. Descholaryzacyjny mainstream media education in school raises the stagnation demands it real, not apparent reform. At this stage, our role is to inspire teachers, school environment with new models of education, the media portraying them as an essential element of central and not secondary. We can do this by using even the limited opportunities that give us the reform, training of teachers of different subjects in the field of media competence, inspiring students to take active and creative media, implement and analyze the effects of pilot programs of education media in selected schools of the province and appropriately publicize the results of these projects in the media and among educational policy makers. We also believe that we will see a school that does not destroy the potential of media education, not turn it into another object, which must include, but thanks to the new approach will become a contribution to the change in thinking about the school as a social institution. Then a stream of descholaryzacyjny — hopefully — will cease to have a reason for being. Bibliography This text was prepared for the symposium «Man — Media — Education» in Krakow, September 2012. Papers participants of the symposium are available on the website http://www.up.krakow.pl/ktime/symp2012/spis_2012_10.htm. Note about the author: Dr. Piotr Drzewiecki is a researcher at the Institute for Media Education and Journalism at the University of Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw, animator of workshops and training, methodical advisor. 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Send (); }); / ** / Maybe I’ll start from the end … Why? Because the Polish school «, it is assumed that the teacher knows the students do not know …» There is the same disproportion between the teacher and student … Second, because the school should be based on the relationship and not the rations … because it’s time for a truly holistic approach to student — not only in theory … Because we want to educate minded citizens! As a method of philosophical inquiry in education, a subject in Poland are relatively young and little known. Very developed in English-speaking countries, on the effects supported by many studies. Thanks to Matthew Lipmanowi and Vanessa Andreotti became a branch of teaching. In Poland enjoys great success of LEGO-LOGOS project Jaroslaw Marek Spychała where philosophizing is supported Lego constructions created by the students. And it is a sign so that you can practice philosophy with children. As noted by Marzena Żylińska «… we infantilises world of children. They pose difficult philosophical questions, and we tell them about the baby Mruczku who likes milk. … .Children are asking tough questions that often overwhelm us. The philosophy is much more difficult for us adults than for children … «How different is the method of philosophical inquiry from traditional forms of education? — the role of the teacher is not a transfer of a portion of knowledge; — the role of the teacher is not a decision philosophical problem (who was right?) — participants themselves choose a topic they want to work — the method is focused on development of skills rather than increasing knowledge — learning from each other’s experience and self-knowledge. Philosophical Investigations is an exercise in the art of independent thinking and communication with others: -formułowanie opinion, justification, argumentation (critical thinking); -zadawanie questions, mutual listening, dialogue and not debate http://www.studybays.me/ (involvement and cooperation); — the use of imagination and no recollection of knowledge (creativity). How does it look in practice? We sit in a circle! 1. Warm-up — may be a mini-game for a good początek.2. Stimulus — may be photographs, short films, events — something that will be the subject rozważań.3. The first thought, formulating pytań.4. Voting on election tematu.5. Talk 4C (for children) — NO KONSENSUSU6. Summary And a little defiantly at the end of … philosophical inquiries with children can result in independent-minded, creative, biorącymi active part in the social life of human individuals, thus contributing to the enrichment of democracy, culture and science. And students can begin to evaluate the questions they ask, and not learned the answers …? Interested recommend Luke Krzywonia position «philosophize with children», where outside support content you can find lesson plans, examples of evaluation activities and stories as a stimulus for discussion. And now I invite my speech yet on the INSPIRE 2019 @ tions: *** Conference INSPIRE @ TION 2019 was held in Warsaw (27-28 June 2019). Partner: Superbelfrzy RP / Superbelfrzy Mini Partners: Brainly, Orange Foundation, Katalyst Education, Learnetic, Microsoft Skriware, Warsaw Center for Educational and Social Innovation and Training. Media Partners: Voice Teachers, around schools, Edustore.eu. Note about the author: Margaret Nowak librarian is a teacher in the Primary School Sports Championship in Bytom. Educator and trainer of global education, anti-discrimination and media. Coach methods P4C- Philosophy for children. 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Send (); }); / ** / Students in more than one school probably heard about the global fight against climate change, a more sustainable world. Many of these features can be aware of the attitude in solving this global problem. There are those who know how to limit the amount of waste and save water. But they are aware of how they impact on the world as users of energy? Portal ConsumerClassroom invites junior high and high schools for the 4th edition of the Interschool Competition. Energy is everywhere. In today’s world, young people will not be wise users, if you do not learn how to reduce their energy consumption — choosing means of transport (car, train, bicycle, motorcycle), heating or cooling the house, turning on the light in the school, and even during vacations and holidays ( taking a shower or bath through). Energy efficiency also depends on our elected household appliances and electrical equipment (especially for young people), including phones, handsets, tablets and computers). The aim of the Commission is also to strengthen the position of consumers thanks to the fact that their energy bills will be more predictable and it can be controlled to a greater extent (this will affect favorably the environment and will save money). Another of the objectives is also to increase energy security through local and renewable energy sources. According to the young people they should learn how their everyday behavior affects energy consumption and global consumption. Moreover, this knowledge should take into account the sustainable use of energy and participation in the fight against climate change. The prize for first place in the competition is a two-day trip to Brussels for the project team, with a visit to the city and a visit to the main institutions of the European Union.

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