Media Expert - Metabadge

Media Expert - Metabadge

on May 28, 2018

Media Expert - Metabadge

Media Expert - Metabadge
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Media Expert - Metabadge

Media Expert metabadge defines access competence, critically analyze, evaluate and use the media in a variety of ways, as well as understand the role of the media in society.

Media Trainer

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Media Trainer

Media Trainer
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Media Trainer
Media Trainer badge demonstrates a basic understanding of the role of media in young people’s lives and the capacity to help young people interact and utilise media resources responsibly.
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about media basics (definitions, key concepts and terminologies)
  • Understanding the importance and relevance of media in young people and youth workers’ lives
  • Knowing about learning approaches and methods in Media Literacy programmes
  • Being able to successfully access different information providers
  • Being able to evaluate information sources (credibility, quality) and to use information tools
  • Being able to execute different learning approaches and methods in Media Literacy programmes for youth (e.g. issue-enquiry approach, problem-based learning, scientific enquiry, case study, cooperative learning, textual analysis, contextual analysis, simulation)
  • Capacity to provide guidance on how to be critical and responsible in the use of media

 

  • Being aware of social, economic, technical, cultural and aesthetic implications of media development
  • Perceiving new technologies and media as supportive tools for young people

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Media Decoder

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Media Decoder

Media Decoder
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Media Decoder
Media Decoder badge demonstrates an understanding of the power of media to shape public opinion and the ability to question and challenge given media representations.
Learning Targets
  • Understanding the power of the visual (e.g. regarding the representation of disasters/war/crime/violence, representation of gender and minorities)
  • Knowing about and understanding media codes and ethics
  • Knowing about campaigning
  • Being able to assess editorial constraints
  • Being able to analyse texts and images as well as the social contexts of media
  • Being able to assess the impact of representations on the audience and on the subject that is being portrayed
  • Being considerate of social, economic, technical, cultural and aesthetic implications of media development
  • Perceiving new technologies and media as supportive tools for young people

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Journalism Rookie

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Journalism Rookie

Journalism Rookie
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Journalism Rookie
Journalism Rookie badge demonstrates the ability, using digital media, to interact with and reshape news content by providing their own information, comments or perspectives.
Learning Targets
  •  Knowing about journalism basics
  • Understanding the role of journalism in society and responsibilities of journalists
  • Understanding 'free speech' and 'free press'
  • Knowing about citizens’ reporting and user-generated content
  • Knowing about Alternative Media
  • Being able to analyse how ethics apply to the practice of journalism
  • Being able to assess news value and “newsworthiness”
  • Being able to analyse the different patterns of media ownership and control
  • Being considerate of social, economic, technical, cultural and aesthetic implications of media development
  • Perceiving new technologies and media as supportive tools for young people

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test

Digital Expert

By Badu
on May 7, 2018

Digital Expert

Digital Expert
Non formal learning
Badge Details
Digital Expert
Digital Expert badge demonstrates the ability to adjust to the continuously changing ICT and multimedia sector and the ability to apply different multimedia tools to teaching and learning.
Learning Targets
  • Knowing about Computer Basics and the World Wide Web
  • Understanding Computer Security and Privacy
  • Knowing about Digital Lifestyles such as film, digital image editing, animation, social media, game making
  • Knowing about  Assistive Technology for Youth With Disabilities
  • Being able to use current office applications
  • Being able to apply Multimedia Skills
  • Being able to apply Assistive Technology for Youth With Disabilities
  • Being able to apply Computer Security Skills
  • Showing willingness to improve a process, a product, personal life or professional life by using new technologies and tools
  • Perceiving new technologies and media as supportive tools for young people

Participants have to successfully accomplish the following tasks before the BADU Open Badge will be issued.

Minimum standards:

  • Having successfully completed an entire learning activity (training course, seminar, online course, workshop etc.), a voluntary programme/internship
  • Self-evaluation
  • Assessment session with the trainer/mentor

 

  • Case Study
  • Conducted one workshop on the topic of the activity with youth within 2 months after the activity
  • Conducted critical incident analysis
  • Problem Solving and simulation games on the specific topic of the activity
  • Reflection exercises
  • Scored at least 80% on the final test