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html ($ jacJQuery ( ‘# Jac-wrapper’). html () + text); moveBackground (id ‘https://edunews.pl/’); jac_auto_expand_textarea (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper-.conversation avatar’). tooltip (); jacJQuery $ ( ‘# jac-wrapper and #jacTab: last’). it ( ‘shown’ function (e) {displayVotedComments ( ‘com_content’, ‘2775’); }); }}.) Send (); }); / ** / December 9 UNICEF celebrated the International Day of the Young Broadcasters. It was an attempt to draw media attention to the young recipient of their programs, as well as the quality of programs that are intended for children. On this day children and young people can participate in the preparation of programs aimed at young people, as well as to the general public. Public and private broadcasters from around the world (both TV and radio) are encouraged on this day to join in this special action this day by inviting young people to contribute to programs in the media. It happens that day replace the young people that read messages known presenters in news bulletins. UNICEF appeals to media to young artists invited to contribute to programs in the media throughout the year, not just on December 9. Children should be able to speak, present their views and express through the media incentives for joint action. « The world of what we want, » is a continuation of actions started in 2002. UNICEF special session devoted to children. They adopted the agenda « Creating World Middle Children », which identified four main priorities for action addressed to children: promoting healthy living, providing quality education, protecting children from violence; prevention of HIV / AIDS. Broadcasters, who most contribute to the objectives of the International Day of the Young Broadcasters, will be awarded the prize by UNICEF and the International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Prizes will be awarded to broadcasters honored at this year’s International Emmy Awards hand. UNICEF idea is a good opportunity for a broad-based educational campaign about the media and their role in the information society. Media education is actually present in the curriculum in the Polish school, but so far the only Polish media Canal + has launched a large educational project addressed to young people ( « Media Starter »). (Note about the author: Marcin Polak is the creator and editor of Edunews.pl, is engaged in education and social communication, implementing social projects and commercial nationwide and internationally. 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Send (); }); / ** / Nearly three quarters of Polish students believe that national universities are not prepared to conduct good studies in e-learning. At the same time, almost half of respondents would choose this form of gaining an education. Most also stipulates that future studies in e-learning replace traditional education – according to a study commissioned by Polish Open University. On behalf of the Polish Open University, Institute of Public Opinion Research Homo Homini checked Polish students what they know about the science of the Internet and how they rate on the Polish market offers studies carried out in this mode. More than 70 per cent. students surveyed believe that Polish universities are not prepared to conduct studies of attractive e-learning. Meanwhile, a significant proportion of students prefer this way of acquiring higher education. E-learning is a teaching of the use of the Internet, which allows for the completion of studies without the need for frequent przyjeżdżania classes at the university. It is also often combined with traditional teaching, to form mixed systems. However, e-learning should not be considered only as a supplement to traditional teaching methods, since in many cases it may be a form of self-teaching. Remote education is still gaining in popularity, as shown by the study commissioned by the Polish Open University, already almost half of Polish students (46.6 percent.) Believes that learning using multimedia techniques is more effective than traditional learning. It is also a tool increasingly used by companies that using the network provide training for employees. It becomes particularly attractive in the crisis, since it allows to reduce the costs associated with trips to universities. Also saves a lot of time, such as commute. That it was indicated by respondents as the main advantage of studies carried out in e-learning. Answer the indicated up 86 percent. respondents who participated in the study. 78 percent. It marked, moreover, that this kind of study allows you to save money associated with limited costs of travel and accommodation. « Well-prepared study e-learning enable you to get a diploma equivalent to that which is obtained after graduation stationary in the traditional model. » – explains Dr. Justyna Berniak-janitor from Polish Open University. « At a time when everyone is talking about the need for austerity, and the word crisis does not come down from the front pages, saving time and money it becomes both for companies and students additional, important factor influencing the choice of e-learning. » – he added. Interestingly, in the study, the time savings associated with studying in e-learning most often pointed residents of the largest cities (93 per cent. Of responses) and the least of these, less than 100 thousand. residents (94 per cent. declarations). Continuous, dynamic development of technology, more and wider access to the Internet across the country, and on the other hand, the rising cost of rental housing mean that the potential for the development of e-learning in Poland is increasing. Another argument in favor of the improvement is the belief of almost 60 percent. respondents that studies conducted in e-learning may soon replace the traditional studies. In developed countries, in particular in the United States and Canada, e-learning is used for many years, widely available alternative to traditional education. American universities have long been building the infrastructure, create standards-teach and train specialized teachers. According to the Sloan Consortium – an international organization monitoring the development of education website, the end of 2009 more than 5.6 million students benefited from e-learning. In Poland, this system is in its infancy. In academia still ongoing disputes concerning the evaluation of the effectiveness of such a system of science, and many people see e-learning as a way defective education. But this is not a fair opinion. E-learning can become an important pillar of education, and thus be an attractive alternative for the most ambitious students. The survey results show that there is great potential for the development of this method of education. Polish universities but must refine their e-learning systems so that they can be treated as equally valuable as traditional classes. While the colleges that already use successfully complete the corresponding standards of all e-learning system, they should do their best to popularize this form of teaching. « The Polish system of higher education is still perceived as a traditional and even obsolete in many areas. This is probably a relatively rigorous evaluation to prepare skilful Polish university to teach in e-learning. » – says Dr. Justin Berniak – janitor. « Many universities in Poland does not pay proper attention to the quality of classes in the form of e-learning, which is why choosing to study in this mode should check carefully the proposal to the school. » The survey commissioned by the Polish Open Universtiy was conducted by Opinion Research Institute Homo Homini in November 2011 on a random sample of Polish students. The sample size is 1,067 people, estimation error is 3 percent. 95 percent confidence level. 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Send (); }); / ** / What is the current reality of our children? What to amaze and delight, and what they fear? The reality of the twenty-first century, according questioned my high school students most often was defined using the words change, the rapid development of technology and science, the virtual world disorder, interpersonal communication, multi-faceted interactions, promiscuity and unfettered freedom of self-expression, democracy, universal access to information, individualism , rat race, lack of imagination, distorted belief, capitalism, conflicts. In their responses, I found all the fears and hopes of us adults. If, therefore, we perceive the world similarly, we are in any way we can help young people in the functioning of this changing reality, whether we can prepare them to deal with it and form a willingness to create a new democratic society, according to the needs of modernity? Who can fulfill this task? Family, social institutions, school? Whether the school is located in the twenty-first century reality, whether it is « isolated island »? In my opinion, the school lies still, technically and mentally, in the « ramówkach program » of the previous century, and teachers, perhaps even in good faith, continue to implement the transmission model of teaching. Often it comes down to maintain the status quo and pretense and fixation fictitious division – « we » teach their « general knowledge » and they will learn « primarily » and « best » in school. After the institution in which the student spends an average of 8-9 hours a day, we should expect that will take care of it, so it was not a waste of time that school life is not flowed outside the mainstream life of a young man … What to do to significance school education was actually relevant to young people? How to develop the education system perceived as a process of development, learning about yourself and a better understanding of the world around us (with his present-day and future challenges), and not only as a system whose final result is to be a high number of points on the final exam.