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Revista Lasallista de Investigación

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BALLESTA PAGAN, Javier  and  CESPEDES VENTURA, Raúl. Education for the media in a digital environment. Research-action in educative compensation. Rev. Lasallista Investig. [online]. 2016, vol.13, n.1, pp.156-165. ISSN 1794-4449.

Introduction. This research work has been made in an occupational classroom at a secondary education school in which students come from poor environments and with a lack of motivation to learn. Objective. To recover the interest of usually absent students, given their formation, and have them reflect on their consumption of media contents by the use of IT. Materials and method. The researchaction methodology has been applied, by the use of a complex task designed for reading digital press using as tools a wiki and a blog, in order to publish contents elaborated by students themselves. Results. The results obtained demonstrate that the development of contents addressed towards an education to consume media, with a digital basis, captures the interest of the students and helps them to develop their critical attitude. Conclusions. Practices of this sort appear as an action that can be appropriate for this complex and hard educative scenario.

Keywords : Education on media; compensatory education; IT; digital literacy.

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