Author Archives: Leonora Zefi

Commentary #3 – The imperative of developing critical media literacy skills

     Kellner and Share’s article “Toward critical media literacy: Core concepts, debates, organizations, and policy” (2005) focuses on the imperative need for new pedagogical approaches and strategies to help students develop critical media literacy skills.  They state that “Critical media … Continue reading

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Commentary #2 – Technology, human experience and memory

Although nature commences with reason and ends in experience, it is necessary for us to do the opposite, that is, to commence as I said before with experience and from this to proceed to investigate the reason.    Leonardo da … Continue reading

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Commentary #1- Role of technology in informing and transforming culture

The rapid development of digital technologies and their impact not only on language and literacy issues but on our society in general, prompt us to examine and question the implications of such development in our lives and on our role … Continue reading

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Leonora Zefi – Introduction

My name is Leonora Zefi. This is my sixth MET course. I am keenly interested in exploring the role of text and technology in education and specifically in online teaching and learning. In my daily work, I often hear comments … Continue reading

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