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Volume 97, 2021International Conference “Technological Educational Vision” (TEDUVIS 2020)
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Developing media literacy skills of future specialists in the contemporary teacher training education
1 Candidate of Sciences, associate professor, Department of Theory of Education, Kursk State University, 305000, 33, Radischev str., Kursk, Russia
2 Candidate of Sciences, associate professor, Head of Department of Theory of Education, Kursk State University, 305000, 33, Radischev str., Kursk, Russia
Development of media literacy looks especially crucial in context of globalization characterized by a high level culture-language interaction. Contemporary education environment is defined by intensive information saturation which demands skills to act effectively and be flexible from a modern teacher in accordance with constantly changing needs of modern community. Evidently, media literacy is a significant component of professional competence for specialists of modern teacher training education. The advanced level of media literacy skills allows to raise efficacy and quality of teacher training education which is aimed at training a specialist who is ready for development, improvement and selfrealization in professional sphere. Media literacy is connected with applying information and communication technologies in theory and practice of contemporary professional education. So, the term “media literacy” implies future specialist’s skills to work not only with mass media but with various information and communication sources allowing to search, select and present necessary information possibilities for solving academic, personal, cognitive and developing tasks.
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