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E-novice cankarjevega doma
Novosti programa, napovedi, zgodbe in zakulisja in druge zanimivosti vsak teden v vašem e-poštnem nabiralniku.
Our children are digital natives: they are born into an environment where TV, computers, tablets and smartphones are part of everyday life. Colourful images on the screen are appealing to children, and they are also often welcomed by parents when we need a moment for ourselves. The offer has never been so extensive, an infinite forest in which children can easily get lost. That is why they need adult guidance to help them safely navigate the digital forest and discover its sunny and shady sides by means of well-considered content selection, shared viewing, conversations and by setting examples. You are invited to a conversation where theory will be effectively mixed with practice and experience.
Martina Peštaj, MA, is the editor of the Children's and Youth Programmes Division at the Slovenian National Television station. She is in charge of selecting foreign cartoons and live-action series for children and young people, ensuring that they are translated into Slovene. She is a specialist on media psychology and she writes articles, gives lectures and participates in research projects. She is a member of national and international juries, and she is a guest speaker at conferences and festivals. She also devotes considerable time to cultural and arts education projects in film, animation and theatre for children and young people.