Media Education


In this workshop the participants learn to be critical concerning the huge amount of media that we encounter daily. What did we see on television yesterday and what is our opinion about it? Is it all true, what choises have the editors already made for us, and why? What happens if you compare the programs of public broadcasting stations, RTL and the Arabic satelite broadcasting stations. Or if you compare the information with wat you see around you yourself.

During the lessons media education we look at the daily range of media information from a critical perspective and ask ourselves if there are things that should be different and if that is at all possible. How do the editors make a choice and does the opinion of the cameraman make a difference in the presentation of the story.

For larger groups Kambisa! has developed a roleplay in which not only media creators play a role, but where also the public and advertisers can contribute their share.

Editors role-play

For larger groups Kambisa! has developed a roleplay in which each participant is given a role as advertiser, as a member of the editorial staff or as a reader. By playing, the participants get a better understanding of the sometimes harsh struggle for money, time and interest that goes hidden behind our daily media.The workshop provides a good preparation for the workshops media education.

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