Aleksandr Fadeev, the creator of “Education on Screen” and curator of the collaborative project with Estonian National Museum, is awarded the title of the year’s best educator.
Lecture “Multiperspectivity in the history classroom: analysing Stalinism in Estonia with “History on Screen” at the Baltic LEAP summer school, 21.08.23 (Tartu, University of Tartu, Dartmouth college).
Launch of the digital learning platform “Dostoevsky on Screen”.
Workshop “Unpredictable workings of culture: how books turn into rap songs, comics and memes”. School of Molecular and Theoretical Biology, 23-31.07.2023 (Tartu, University of Tartu).
Launch of “Meemeistrite linn”, film study material for elementary school students
March 2022-August 2023
Development of the digital learning platform “Dostoevsky on Screen”.
Workshop “Entering culture” for teachers of Estonian as a second language, 13.05.2022
Presentation “Reading and teaching literature digitally: a cultural semiotic perspective”, 5.03.2022, International Open Seminar on Semiotics (online, University of Coimbra).
Collaborative project with the Estonian National Museum “Ela eestlaste elusid”
Launch of “Jussikese seitse sõpra”, film study material for elementary school students
Launch of “Kas maakera on ümmargune?” , educational material on animation for high school students
Launch of the learning environment “Dead Mountaineer’s Hotel”
Workshop “Literature on the Screen: How to Read and Study Artistic Texts in a Digital Environment”, MediaCAMP Fest
Workshop “Digital learning environment in (museum) education. ‘Identity on Screen’”. The 12th Summer school for museum teachers, Paide
Tamme High School’s cultural orientation course (based on Estonian cinema classics), Tartu
Launch of the platform “Ex Libris professor Peeter Torop” dedicated to the anniversary of Peeter Torop
Workshop “Nature on Screen”, Tartuff Film Festival 2020. Tartu
Workshop “Fred Jüssi. Beauty of being – Nature on screen”. Film Education – Framework to impact. (Tallinn, BFM, EFI)
Workshop “Multisensory learning environments. Research project ‘Education on Screen’. IMPEC 2020. Lyon, France
Launch of the learning environment “Spring”
Tamme High School’s cultural orientation course, Tartu
Collaborative project with the Department of Modern Languages of the University of Warsaw (Poland). Guest course “Identity on the screen” of the department of modern language
The testing of “History on the screen” platform in Narva
Workshop at the Pedagogicum teachers’ seminar of the University of Tartu
Development of learning environment Identity on screen
Presentation of the digital environment “Literature on the Screen” and a workshop at the Estonian National Museum
Teacher trainings in Tartu and Tallinn introducing the screen adaptation of “The Little Comrade” by Moonika Siimets’ and the new educational platform “History on Screen”
The educational material project “History on the screen” participates in the start-up accelerator program of the University of Tartu Pedagogicum Õpiveski
Presentation of “Education on Screen” at the basic training for teachers of the Institute of Educational Sciences of the University of Tartu “Different teaching methods in humanitarian and social subjects – from goal to reflection”
Participation in the education festival “Dare to Learn” in Helsinki, where we presented our projects and showed how to read and write texts in the digital age
Launch of the educational platform “History on the screen” that is centered around Leelo Tungal’s novels and their screen adaptation “The Comrade Child” and explores how works of art mediate the past
Publication of the digital educational material „Põrgu Jaani maailm“ about history, identity and culture based on Kaur Kokk’s feature film
The launch of Literature on Screen, a digital learning platform that analyses the screen adaptation of Andrus Kivirähki’s novel “Rehepapp” “November” and focuses on the relationship between literature and film in culture
Testing of the “Literature on the Screen” platform in Tartu schools (Hugo Treffner Gymnasium and Miina Härma Gymnasium).
Testing of the “Literature on the Screen” platform in Narva (Narva Soldino Gümnaasium)
Establishment of the non-profit organization MTÜ Kirjandus Ekraanil
The integration project “I remember”, during which an optional course for high school students “Art text as a mediator of historical memory” was conducted (Tallinn Jewish School, Tallinn Central Russian High School, Tallinn 32nd Middle School).
Workshop at the Pedagogicum teachers’ seminar of the University of Tartu “Modern approaches to learning and teaching”
Trainings for teachers “Literature and film” in Tallinn and Tartu. The training was aimed at the analysis of Rainer Sarnet’s film “November” and introduced the Transmedia research group’s new learning platform for teaching film adaptations
Transmedia research group created at the Department of Semiotics of the University of Tartu