Test for 9-12
The test for childrenThe Media Competency Test for children ages 9 through 12 is there to assist parents and educators to evaluate how competently their children deal with media.
Test for 13-15
The test for teensOur Media Competency Test is a playful introduction for teens ages 13–15 to learn how competent they are in dealing with digital media.
Competency modelIt’s important for children and adolescents to be able to use media creatively and safely at a young age already, as well as communicate via media as well as understand and evaluate the information they find.
"Self-made cell case"
A cell phone case is a handy thing. It protects the display from scratches and looks good. Especially when you design the case yourself.Read more!
Protecting one’s private sphere is important in our digital world. Inform yourself ASAP about how you can protect your children and teach them to protect themselves.Read more!
This topic dossier is dedicated to the little all-rounders “apps” in detail. How can you recognize which apps are safe and good for children?Read more!
This topic dossier helps parents and professionals to understand the fascination that social networks exert on children.Read more!
"When using digital media in school, it’s not the contents that should be determined through the medium, rather the other way around. That’s how a natural link between analog and digital media arises."
"I dispute that children are basically more competent in media use than adults. What the adults can learn from the children, however, is an open approach to media."
"When promoting media literacy, along with the pupils and students, teachers must also be considered. That’s how creative lessons can be designed to inspire to learn."
"The digital media open up a host of new possibilities and accordingly learning in school and other educational institutions will change radically."
"Safe and competent handling of digital media is necessary to understanding and autonomously shaping the virtual world."
"In our increasingly digitized world safety plays an extremely large role in learning and teaching."