Teachers’ Perspectives on Moving Image as a digital literacy tool in Creative Classrooms.

ID: 41662 Type: Full Paper: Case Study
  1. Pamela Cowan, Queen's University Belfast, UK, United Kingdom

Thursday, June 26 2:00-2:30 PM Location: B3116 View on map

Presider: Fleur Deboutte, IRIS Hospitals, Belgium

Abstract: Eight Creative Classroom (CCR) elements are used as a framework for analysing teachers’ current attitudes towards the use of moving images as a tool for teaching digital literacy to pupils aged 11-18 years in the context of ‘Creative Classrooms’. This paper reports on the challenges being faced by innovative teachers willing to adopt moving image (as a new ICT) into their teaching, and highlights the gaps currently present in the systemic support structures in schools which need to be addressed for innovative pedagogical practices to occur in these Creative Classrooms. By ensuring educators learn from their experiences of poor ICT uptake in the past and utilise these lessons for future innovations in classrooms, it is hoped that the transition to moving image, and its associated digital literacy skills, will be smooth and beneficial to the learners.


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