There is a widespread consensus that “the promotion and improvement of media literacy in children and adults, is increasingly important in the digital media convergence context and a highly complex media ecology” (Livingstone, Bulger & Zaborowski, 2013, p 4; . Hobbs , 2008, p 431).
In Portugal, the media education policies are available; schools now have computers with internet access and a guidelines document for Media Education was launched in 2015 by the General Directorate of Education. However, there is lack of teacher training and systematization of good practices in formal and non-formal learning contexts (Costa, Jorge, & Pereira, 2014).
Develop critical and participatory dimensions of media literacy in young people from 9 to 12 years, through collaborative learning experiences with digital games.