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Public Prompts

Overview In the final activity, students create digital artefacts in response to the work of other groups. Then they use their best prompts in a public campaign. Finally, students reflect on what has worked, what hasn’t worked and why. Description The students now look at the photo prompts of other groups and choose which ones  Full Article…


Prompting your peers

Overview In this activity, students develop their understanding of what makes an effective photo prompt. In groups, they create new photo prompts for their peers. Description The students now understand how a photo prompt works. Let them reflect on what you need to make a good prompt. What makes them striking or effective? Are they  Full Article…


First Impressions

Overview Students begin to experiment with creating digital artefacts and are invited to join an on line community where they can post their work safely. Description Set up a Google+ community for the project. You will need a Google account if you haven’t got one already. Give the community account an appropriate name e.g. Class  Full Article…



PROJECT Curricular Areas: You could do this as part of a language course (first or second language) but it works best as a cross curricular (Art/Language/PHSE) unit. It can easily take a term to complete. Learning Opportunities & Skills:  This project gives students the opportunity to work on several core skills such digital, social & civic competence,  Full Article…



PROJECT Curricular Areas: Music, ICT, Language. Learning Opportunities & Skills: Video/audio creating editing and sharing, collaboration, composing and performing music, group work. About this Unit: Students have fun exploring the subject of music and sound by investigating innovative composition and performance ideas. Based on the assumption that music should elicit an emotional response, students investigate several musical genres  Full Article…


Museum Revisited

Overview In this activity, students compare their own artwork with those in museums and national collections. They will develop the ability to reflect on their own work as well as the work of others and to consolidate their understanding of the techniques, themes and topics covered in this unit of work. Description Explain to the  Full Article…