- Increase the media literacy and skills of kindergarten teachers and parents to guide children to behave proactively.
- Develop the digital and media skills of teachers and parents to stimulate a playful learning process for children.
- To value meaningful content creation, self-fulfillment and authorship.
BFM Supernova cinema in Tallinn (Narva mnt.27)
Friday, May 31st, 2019, at 10:00-11:30; at 12:00-13:30; at 14:00-15:30
Cinema and workshops for kindergarten groups and teachers
Saturday, June 1st, 2019, at 10:00-11:30; at 12:00-13:30; at 14:00-15:30
Cinema and workshops for families
Today's media space and behavioral habits of different target groups. False news and today's information space challenges.
Modern message: frame as an option, camera angles, sound mode. Direct-ether. Momo challenge and other games. Influencers.
Parents in social media.
A balance between screens and real life. More thoughtful consumption.
Narva, Autumn 2019 (place and dates will be specified)
Pärnu, Autumn-Winter 2019 (place and dates will be specified)
The project is supported by the British Council project "BFM Media Literacy Trainings for Kindergarten Teachers, Children and Screenings for Families".
Duration of the project: May-December 2019.
Head of BFM Training Projects
Producer, Center of Excellence in Media Innovation and Digital Culture of the University of Tallinn (TU MEDIT)
BFM Children's Film School Project Manager | BFM Children's Film School
Phone + 372 61 999 08