In terms of media education, there are at least three approaches in the world, they are: Media Education, Media Literacy and Educommunication. The first two are currents from the Anglo-Saxon culture that have developed mostly in the US, Canada, Europe and in countries in the rest of the world with a strong historical imprint of this culture. Although there are also influences of these currents in Latin America and the Spanish-speaking Caribbean, in the region from the decade of the 70s of the last century, a new paradigm emerged not only to educate with and for the media but also understanding education for communication as a more comprehensive and holistic process.
What we offer in this space, through the link, is the entrance to an experience developed in Latin America with this theoretical conception put into concrete practice with experiences in the field. At the same time, it is important to highlight that Educommunication dialogues with pedagogical currents from all over the world, where many of them are the substrate of this new emerging paradigm.