THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIA PEDAGOGY AS A COMPONENT OF MEDIA EDUCATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND (First Quarter of the XXI Century)

Authors

  • Nina Slyusarenko Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Professor, Professor at the Petukhov Chair of Pedagogy, Psychology and Educational Management, Kherson State University (Kherson, Ukraine)

Keywords:

media pedagogy, media education, Poland, development, strategy, programs, media literacy, critical thinking, information society

Abstract

The publication analyzes the development of media pedagogy in Poland during the first quarter of the twentyfirst century and its role in the country's media education system. The article examines the strategy of state policy for the development of media education, studies initiatives and programs aimed at increasing the level of media literacy and forming critical thinking about media. It also examines the achievements, problems and prospects of media pedagogy in Poland, taking into account the challenges of the modern information society. The study of media pedagogy in Poland in the first quarter of the twenty-first century is important in view of the current challenges and opportunities in this field. This study aims to identify achievements and problems, as well as to identify future prospects. Understanding the strategies implemented by Poland in the field of media pedagogy can contribute to further research and offer practical recommendations for improving media education in Poland and other countries. There are contradictions in the development of media pedagogy in Poland. On the one hand, the accessibility of information through the media contributes to education and conscious consumption of news. On the other hand, the abundance of information can lead to information overload and mixing of facts with fake news, which emphasizes the need to improve media literacy. In addition, the rapid development of media technologies can lead to the loss of traditional cultural values, which also necessitates the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage. Media platforms provide an opportunity for personal expression, but at the same time can contribute to the spread of negative content, which requires effective protection against media violence and discrimination. This study is relevant given the complexity of the modern media environment and the need for a balanced approach to media education and pedagogy.

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Published

2023-12-11

How to Cite

Slyusarenko, N. (2023). THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEDIA PEDAGOGY AS A COMPONENT OF MEDIA EDUCATION IN THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND (First Quarter of the XXI Century). Mountain School of Ukrainian Carpaty, 29, 67–70. Retrieved from https://journals.pnu.edu.ua/index.php/msuc/article/view/7884

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HISTORICAL AND PHILOSOPHYCAL ASPECTS OF PEDAGOGICAL RESEARCH