Public forum: Screen Content in Australian Education: Digital Promise and Pitfalls on 31 October at Screen Australia.

Join Australia’s leading producers, policy makers, distributors and educators for a half day forum on what is happening with screen content in Australia’s digitally enabled classrooms.   Speakers include: Prof Stuart Cunningham (QUT), Dr Kylie Boltin, Emily Franke (SBS), Travis Cardona (SBS), David Sutton(ABC), James Dickinson (Screenrights), Suan Yeo (Google), Rupert Denton (ClickView), Cathy Henkel (Virgo […]

Screen content types – emerging findings

One of the key interim findings from the Schools Fieldwork component of the Australian Screen Content in Education project is that there seem to be four broad categories of screen content used by teachers and students in classrooms. These are ‘signature’ content; ‘favourite’ content; ‘teachable moment’ content and ‘in the moment’ content. These are outlined […]

Three recent reports on video use (in education)

The use of video in education is a core concern of this project. It is also a subject that is generating research from a variety of sources. In this post, we report on three recent pieces of research by NBN Co, Kaltura and SAGE. 1. NBN In September 2015, the NBN Co. released some of […]