The Effectiveness of Developing Media Competence in Future Teachers of Higher Educational Institutions

Khayot Sh.Kadirov

Abstract


This article is dedicated to some available connection between education and media in modern world and reveals the role that formal education should play in both the integration of media in the curriculum and the teachers’ digital literacy at higher educational institutions. Moreover, the author highlights the demand for including a broader and deeper analysis of the social uses, attitudes, and values associated with new media tools, texts and practices.


Keywords


Information, communication, technology, media education, media competence, education, digital society, media forms, content, skills and practices media forms, content, skills, practices.

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