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Debates over children and media use are nothing new, but the technologies by which children primarily interact with media have changed significantly. Most guidelines related to “screen time” were developed when television was the dominant media, but new…Read More »
Mozilla believes that the use of the Webmaker tools and teaching kits within an online training environment helps facilitate participatory cultures where there are “relatively low barriers to artistic expression and civic engagement, strong support for creating and…Read More »
Creative Commons is an ideal way to share your creations with others and find art for personal projects. Some of us, though, don’t always understand the rules. This chart helps you understand the key differences among licenses. Source:…Read More »
Our children will grow up into a world that we can barely yet conceive of. Education thinkers and leaders are now in broad agreement that in order to enable children to succeed in the 21st century we need to mould creative thinkers and problem solvers who can learn, unlearn and relearn.
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See on Scoop.it – Digital Fluency “This presentation is about teaching and learning practices.It is about why I believe schools need to become future focussed. 2014 Learning CultureJohn Hattie’s research indicates that when employing computers, students learning achievements increase when students have…Read More »
See on Scoop.it – Digital Fluency Dr. Doug Belshaw is a Researcher/Analyst at JISC Advance where he researches and advises on issues around open education and innovation. See on www.youtube.comRead More »