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and media literacy in Teacher Education: Preparing undergraduate teachers through an academic program on digital storytelling. In J. Cubbage (ed.), Handbook of Research on Media Literacy in Higher Education Environments (pp. 90-111), Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Ranieri, M., & Fabbro, F. (2018). Designing media literacy education for intercultural contexts. The MIEF framework and guidelines (pp. 6002-6008). In INTED2018 , Valencia, Spain, 5th-7th March, 2018, IATED Academy. Ranieri, M., Fabbro, F., & Frelih, M. (2016). Making sense of students’ media literacy and

learning [Abstract]. International Journal of Instructional Media, 34(2), 10. - Meskill, C. (1996). Listening skills development through multimedia. Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 5(2), 179-201. - Mirvan, X. (2013). The advantages of using films to enhance student’s reading skills in the EFL classroom. Journal of Education and Practice, 4(13), 62-66. - Martinson, D.L. (2004). Media literacy education: No longer a curriculum option. The Educational Forum, 68, pp.154-160. - Mayer, R.E. (1997). Multimedia learning: Are we asking the right questions

for Late Elementary School Teachers. Journal of Media Literacy Education , 2(3), 199-208. Spires, A. A., & Bartlett, M. E. (2012). Digital Literacies and Learning: Designing a Path Forward . Friday Institute White Paper Series Number Five. Retrieved from: Soldatova, G. U., & Shlyapnikov, V. N. (2015). Digital Competence of Russian School Teachers . Psikhologicheskaya Nauka I Obrazovanie, 20(4), 5-18. Tour E. (2015). Digital mindsets: Teachers

studieforberedende vg3 innen medier og kommunikasjon. Læreplan i felles programfag medier og kommunikasjon (Programme Area for Vg3 General Studies in media and communications. Curriculum for common programme Media and Communication) Retrieved 10/6, 2013, from Vettenranta, S. (2010a). Global Mediagraphy. A Teaching Method in Media Education. In S. Kotilainen and S.-B. Arnolds-Granlund (Eds.), Media Literacy Education. Nordic Perspectives (167-180). Göteborg: Nordicom. Vettenranta, S. (2010b). Mediegrafi: en metode for å forske på og å

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NCOM. The review used the search terms ‘media teacher’, ‘teaching media’, ‘media literacy education’ and ‘media education’, including studies written in English, Swedish, Danish and Norwegian for the period 1975–2015. As academic literature focusing specifically on the Nordic media teacher was found to be scarce, the search was supplemented by literature found to be relevant within the broader field of media literacy research ( Erstad & Amdam, 2013 ). The literature was then analysed thematically, with representative literature of different positions quoted ( Joffe

articles of the 6th international JTEFS conference “ Sustainable development. Culture. Education. ”, 4-7 June 2008 (pp. 658-667). Eskisehir, Turkey: Anadolu University. Stīgers, M. (2008). Globalizācija: Ļoti saistošs ievads [Globalization: A very short introduction]. Riga: Satori. Tashakkori, A., & Teddlie, C. (1998). Mixed methodology: Combining qualitative and quantitative approaches. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Thoman, E., & Tessa, J. (2005). Literacy for the 21st century: An overview & orientation guide to media literacy education. Part I: Theory. Retrieved