Philology, pedagogy, and psychology

2009 Issue №11

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Theoretical Foundations of Media Education in British Universities



The article considers theoretical background of using media in British universities. Components and characteristics of learning are given where the process is viewed as a joint "cooperative" activity of the learner and the teacher. Models of learning with integrated media are described.


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