Monthly Archives: December 2011

Visual Overload

It really is amazing what happens when the class task is “make a movie”. I have to admit that I have attempted to do the same with slightly more guidance but make a movie nonetheless. I based my task on … Continue reading

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An Update on Organisation

                    Well 6 months in and I thought that a little reflection on the structure of digital technology in my class and my school is in order. What we have done … Continue reading

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Testing the global waters

Following on from my powerful images lesson our resident presentation expert Jago Gazendam suggested that I put together a Flickr group to start sharing and collaborating on images that can help present difficult definitions in a clear way. So at … Continue reading

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