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5. Combining non-formal and formal education with media

Schools transversal currical activities and subjects

Teachers Teachers have to be breath to go out of their comfort zone

Students Discover one’s legitimate rarity – personal approach

Teaching students and professors how to be confident with the technology and social media ( add media literacy ) Special training courses for professionals: trainings for trainers (on regular base). A) online, b) offline Avoid bulimic ( not captive studying ) education

All school teachers need to experience a combined no- formal and formal education

Interest to learning by playing

recognize one’s legitimate rarity/ skills – personal approach Learning by playing Interactive methods

Interclass and interschool exchange through social media

Practice sharing knowledge: workshops, trainings etc. Special training courses for professionals: trainings for trainers (on regular base). A) online, b) offline Motivate and inspiring through media Avoid bulimic education recognize one’s legitimate rarity/ skills – personal approach Learning by playing

Be willing to create experimental projects Coo- creation courses (methodology, curriculum…)

Interactive methods

To educate also out of school ( ex. Field trips)

Co- creation courses (methodology, curriculum)

Motivate schools to use new educational methods by showing successful examples

To educate also out of school ( ex. Field trips)

Be willing to create experimental projects

Co- creation courses (methodology, curriculum…) Having a leading role


Role change between students and teachers “Seducing� kids and teachers by give them envy to take part

Role change between students and teachers

Combining non-formal and formal education with media  

Participants of the REactor conference discussed and developed ways to combine non-formal and formal education with media