In the wake of government reforms, it’s now examiners who choose the texts that UK media students will study – not their teachers, or students themselves. What are the consequences for teaching and learning?
New software can be used to falsify moving images and create a new kind of ‘fake news’ on video. What are the implications for media literacy?
Hall and Whannel’s book is a landmark in the history of media education in the UK. But something’s missing from the republished edition: it’s education!
Is it really enough for students to be ‘critical’ of media? Some thoughts about the continuing need for critical thinking – and critical action – in media education.
Developing a critical media education approach to teaching social media: some concluding reflections.
A critical media education approach: using the concept of representation to teach about social media.
A critical media education approach: using the concept of media language to teach about social media.