Open call for Teachers: Co-development session MLCE

The MLCE project is looking for you! Are you a teacher of primary or secondary education? Do you have an awareness of media literacy or experience with teaching about media literacy? Are you comfortable expressing your opinions in English? If yes, make sure answer to this call!

European Schoolnet is looking for 25 teachers to participate in an online co-development session on May 23, 2023, at 18:00 CET. The aim is to explore the most effective approaches and resources used to teach media literacy to youth, as well as identify the needs of teachers to enhance media literacy in young people.    


The co-development session:

The online co-development session (of 90 minutes) will be very interactive and based mostly on group work. Participants will be divided into small groups and assigned one unique resource on digital and media literacy (poster, animation, e-learning module, or activity) to review and critique as a group. The focus will be on the framing and format choices as a vehicle for those specific digital topics. Feedback will be fostered with guided activities and discussions and will be documented using sticky notes on a shared Miro board. Then the groups will return to the plenary to reflect on their experiences.


More about the MLCE project:

  • 1. Be teaching in a European country.
  • 2. Teach children and young people in primary, secondary and higher education (until the age of 19 years old).
  • 3. Have an awareness of media literacy or experience with teaching media literacy courses.
  • 4. Able to express opinions and ideas clearly in English.


Express your interest to participate in the session by filling in this application form.

- Deadline: 8 May at 23:59 CEST -


After participating in the co-development session, the participants will be offered the fully funded opportunity to participate in the Media Literacy Champion Training-of-Trainers course for teachers which will take place in Brussels in the spring/early summer of 2024.

More about the MLCE project:

The Media Literacy Case for Educators project is an EU-funded project that aims to sustainably scale Media Literacy in Europe and to empower teachers, educators and librarians across Europe to be innovative, future-fit advocates of Media Literacy. As one of the first steps in the project, online exchanges are organised with educators, young people and ministers of Education to better understand effective methods to enhance media literacy among young people.

The project is coordinated by Tactical Tech in cooperation with European Schoolnet (EUN), Save the Children Italy and International Federation of Library Associations (NL).