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Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing

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We need to play with media to become more effective communicators. As children, we learn to progressively make sense of our confusing world through play. The same dynamics apply to us as adults communicating with new and different media forms. The goal of this book is to inspire and empower you, as a creative person, to expand your personal senses of digital literacy and d ...more
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Published July 25th 2011 by Speed of Creativity Learning LLC
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Susan
Playing with Media is a good start up book for educators wishing to explore adding technology to their classrooms in easy and powerful ways. Fryer recommends using simple tools to create and share student learning with the world. Key take aways - students need to be doing more than word processing to be creators of content, audio is an under-used and easy tool for learning and sharing, blogging and wikis are a good way to get started with technology in your classroom.
Fran Darling
Excellent look at all ways of creating and sharing educational content. Wes Fryer is an expert at using and sharing ideas and information through blogging and podcasting socially. His chapters offer a full list of resources, practical examples and how to's for all aspects of media creation to promote educational principals and practice.
Meg Allison
Hands-on ideas for embedding technology-rich learning into your teaching. Highly recommended.
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