Monthly Archives: February 2012

Digital narratives: Telling stories using digital media.

Jacob, a twelve-year old boy, shows me his latest video production: a skateboarding DVD. The title of the DVD, Get Out, refers to a sequence in the video when the skate boarders are chased away from the site where they … Continue reading

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Embracing the Information age paradigm

A number of recent articles dealing with the changing nature of society, students and working practice,  highlight again of the difficulties we face with using computers and other information and communications technologies (ICT) in schools. In the UK,  Labour government … Continue reading

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