After a summer break, the ‘Ouvido Crítico’ media education radio program, which results from a partnership between CECS’s MILObs (Observatory on Media, Information and Citizenship) and RDP, is back on the air.
The program, authored by Manuel Pinto, Sara Pereira and Joana Fillol, with moderation by Tiago Alves, is reissued on Antena 1 on Wednesdays, between 3pm and 4pm (except on days when there is a transmission of the biweekly debate in Parliament).
At the time of going back to school, the first post-vacation program (already available in podcast) focused on the Education for the Media for Pre-school, Basic Education and Secondary Education.
Remember that ‘Ouvido Crítico’ already has 13 issues and all of them are available on the Resources/Podcasts tab of the MILObs website.
Since the program began broadcasting in February, television programs (Supernnany), films (The Post), projects (Transmedia Literacy), initiatives (7 Days with Media), issues related to Sound Literacy or with the relation of the children with the screens.
There were also several guests who spoke about projects or shared opinions in the Critical Ears: Cristina Ponte, Pedro Portela, Sérgio Gomes da Silva.
The next edition of ‘Ouvido Crítico’ focuses on the role of the School Library Network (RBE) in the implementation of Media Literacy in Schools and is invited by Margarida Toscano, representative of RBE in the Informal Group of Media Literacy and Isabel Nina, Professor of Portuguese and RBE Interconcelle Coordinator.