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Educational Innovations and Emerging Technologies
ISSN:2737-5315
Frequency: Quarterly Published by lIKll


Open Access Research Paper
 EIET 2022/06
Vol.2, Iss.2 : 55-62
https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.02.0006

Absence of Media Literacy in Green Energy: A Preliminary Study of Innovative Pedagogy for Interdisciplinary Professional Training on Science News


Hsin-Pey Peng1
1Zhaoqing University, Zhaoqing, Guangdong, China


Abstract:
We carried out a preliminary study of innovative pedagogy for the solution of media literacy in public science by examing how the green-energy expertise must be effectively decoded by a competent journalist. Through formal/informal literature review and semiotic theory, a close insight is explored into the importance of an innovative pedagogy to professional training on science news for interdisciplinary talents at present. Focusing on green energy, this study emphasizes factors in the communication effectiveness of science news are agenda-setting and message design. These two factors support a specific recommendation to develop the core of enhancement of the training courses and converge the science and communication knowledge effectively in producing news. The outcome of this study is expected to solve the shortage of media discourse on the acquisition of green-energy-related knowledge. By this, the article emphasizes the interdisciplinary talents of journalism with social influence on public attitude towards green and further encourages social practice for environmental protection.

Keywords:  Interdisciplinary professional, Innovative pedagogy, Agenda-setting discourse, Media literacy, Popular science

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Received:April 28, 2022; Revised:May 16, 2022; Accepted:May 28, 2022; Published:June 30, 2022
*Corresponding author; e-mail: h.p.peng@hotmail.com


Citation:Peng, H.P.(2022). Absence of Media Literacy in Green Energy: A Preliminary Study of Innovative Pedagogy for Interdisciplinary Professional Training on Science News. Educational Innovations and Emerging Technologies, 2(2), 55-62. https://doi.org/10.35745/eiet2022v02.02.0006

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