Práticas de mediação docente: oportunidades e riscos no comportamento midiático de jovens

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Mediação, competência midiática, prática docente, oportunidades, riscos, educação secundária, análise quantitativa, uso de mídias

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Pesquisas com crianças e adolescentes mostram que os professores são um dos agentes dos quais eles recebem a mediação no uso das mídias. Entretanto, pouco se conhece sobre as práticas de mediação docente. O objetivo deste estudo é aproximar a prática docente com o conceito de mediação por meio, em primeiro lugar, da sistematização de um conjunto de competências curriculares relacionadas com as mídias, com o objetivo de maximizar as oportunidades e minimizar os riscos no comportamento midiático dos jovens. Posteriormente, examinar as características dos professores para buscar associações com a mediação de riscos e oportunidades do uso das mídias por parte dos estudantes. Foram analisados dados coletados de um questionário com 315 professores na Alemanha. Os resultados da análise de regressão mostram que os professores estão mais comprometidos em maximizar as oportunidades e minimizar os riscos quando utilizam as TICs com mais frequência, consideram importantes as respectivas competências, colaboram com os colegas, não ensinam disciplinas em STEM e não trabalham em escolas de tipo Gymnasium. Ter recebido capacitação relacionada com as TICs foi um fator significativo somente na mediação de oportunidades, enquanto que a idade foi um fator significativo somente na mediação de riscos. Finalmente, foi discutido como o conceito de mediação pode contribuir para o desenvolvimento dos professores como educadores de mídia.

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Berger, P. (2020). Teachers’ mediation practice: Opportunities and risks for youth media behavior. [Prácticas de mediación docente: Oportunidades y riesgos en el comportamiento mediático de jóvenes]. Comunicar, 64, 49-59. https://doi.org/10.3916/C64-2020-05

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