Media literacy has become a key competence in our modern society. It raises awareness about media issues and media creativity of students. However we note that its implementation in the compulsory education is highly variable from one country to another, from one education system to another and from one school group to another.
This can partly be explained by the lack of support and training for teachers in term of media literacy competencies development.
This is why the project e-Media Education lab (e-MEL) created innovative training strategies for teachers, both initial and in-service training in order to reinforce their media education competences.