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Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study
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Mad Skills - Global Kids Case Study

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In 2008-2009, Project New Media Literacies tested the Media Makers Challenge Collection, a set of 30 challenges to explore and practice the new media literacies. This collection was established as a …

In 2008-2009, Project New Media Literacies tested the Media Makers Challenge Collection, a set of 30 challenges to explore and practice the new media literacies. This collection was established as a springboard for educators to adopt the new media literacies into their own situation. Media educators from Global Kids used the materials as inspiration to develop Media Masters, an after-school program at the High School for Global Citizenship to integrate the new media literacies into a social issues learning environment. Media Masters helped learners acquire and reflect upon digital media production and analytic skills through youth engagement in participatory media and Web 2.0 tools. This presentation will explore how theory and practice merged to create a conversation, rather than a top-down transfer of knowledge, between participating researchers, practitioners and students.

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