“RE-PRESENTING” THE WORLDTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY.   Digital literacy practices in cross-cultural                     contexts
“Acquiring literacy does notinvolve memorisingsentences, words or syllables… but rather an attitude ofcreation and re-crea...
Nicaragua 2012 | Oral history project (ongoing)
Steps, missteps and experimentationFIRST STEPS
LEARNING FROM YOUTH• 2001 Buffalo, New  York  – Urban  – Low income  – Little access to tech• Technology as  novelty
SIX YEARS LATER,WHO IS IN CHARGE?• Freestyle is not  necessarily the best• Finding my voice as  teacher/learner
NicaraguaNew YorkFURTHER ON DOWN THEROAD
BORDER CROSSING• The ability of  technology to bridge  cultural differences• Teaching and  learning together• Technology a...
The 2011 4-H Career Explorations digital storytelling workshop
Using technology in solidarityMY WORDS, MY WORLD
Buffalo, 2001
La Hermandad, MatagalpaNicaragua 2012
CONTACT•   Paul Treadwell•   pt36@cornell.edu•   @ptreadwell•   http://www.paultreadwell.com
CURRICULUM RESOURCES• http://www.evc.org/• http://global-action.org/
"Re-presenting" the world through technology
"Re-presenting" the world through technology
"Re-presenting" the world through technology
"Re-presenting" the world through technology
"Re-presenting" the world through technology
"Re-presenting" the world through technology
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    1. 1. “RE-PRESENTING” THE WORLDTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY. Digital literacy practices in cross-cultural contexts
    2. 2. “Acquiring literacy does notinvolve memorisingsentences, words or syllables… but rather an attitude ofcreation and re-creation, aself-transformation producinga stance of intervention inones context."Paulo Freire, Education: The Practice ofFreedom (1973)
    3. 3. Nicaragua 2012 | Oral history project (ongoing)
    4. 4. Steps, missteps and experimentationFIRST STEPS
    5. 5. LEARNING FROM YOUTH• 2001 Buffalo, New York – Urban – Low income – Little access to tech• Technology as novelty
    6. 6. SIX YEARS LATER,WHO IS IN CHARGE?• Freestyle is not necessarily the best• Finding my voice as teacher/learner
    7. 7. NicaraguaNew YorkFURTHER ON DOWN THEROAD
    8. 8. BORDER CROSSING• The ability of technology to bridge cultural differences• Teaching and learning together• Technology as embedded (for 1st world participants)
    9. 9. The 2011 4-H Career Explorations digital storytelling workshop
    10. 10. Using technology in solidarityMY WORDS, MY WORLD
    11. 11. Buffalo, 2001
    12. 12. La Hermandad, MatagalpaNicaragua 2012
    13. 13. CONTACT• Paul Treadwell• pt36@cornell.edu• @ptreadwell• http://www.paultreadwell.com
    14. 14. CURRICULUM RESOURCES• http://www.evc.org/• http://global-action.org/

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