Jackie Marsh 2005 not only did her research for Topic: Digital Beginnings: Young children’s use of popular culture, media and new technologies funded by BBC but also set up a number of surveys in which she came across different creative and innovative teachers and educators, supporting the idea of popular culture and they were ready to meet the challenges of the new media age.
The major context of the present research is to evaluate the role of the popular culture in the educational motivation as a methodology being adopted widely by teachers and to evaluate the impact of popular culture on the education of the children. Generally speaking, constructivist theories require that teachers seek and prize students’ point of view, because it is assumed that learning occurs as a result of knowledge about the world which students glean for themselves, that true learning is the result of building personal connections between the self and the curriculum, and that educators structure lessons around a ‘big picture’ concept (Bailey & Pranskey (2005).
As active beings, the children frequently identify with action heroes as an ideal embodiment of characteristics which they admire. Using Popular Culture in The Classroom.
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