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Title: Media education in portuguese curricula
Other Titles: Educación para los medios de comunicación en los currículos portugueses
Author: Tomé, Vítor
Keywords: media education
Issue Date: 2016
Abstract: Political, economic, social and cultural changes resulted from the revolution of April 25, 1974. #ey ended the dictatorship and established democracy in Portugal and paved the way for the de- velopment of Media Education (ME) in the country, continuing the Movement of the Modern School in Portugal, created in 1966, under the in%uence of the New-School Movement, which Montessori, Decroly and others were developing from the early twentieth century. #at movement promoted student-centred active pedagogies, such as the Freinet school press.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10400.1/9095
ISSN: 1944-4982
Publisher Version: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mari_Pedreira/publication/305392195_Media_literacy_Good_practices/links/578cbbea08ae254b1de85264.pdf#page=44
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