Exploring the intersections of digital literacy and creativity
About. Involving the school with Sheffield Children's Festival in a project which explores digital artwork where children used the Brushes app to crate a digital mural of spring flowers. The particular technologies focussed on by this case study are: Web2.0 tools to support teaching and learning and the use of iPads - in particular the Brushes app.
Pedagogical content. This cross curricula(i) case study focusses on Digital Literacy, in particular using E-skills(topic) to: extend/update teaching skills and support CPD and explore the creative potential of digital technologies. The case study examines the potential of using mobile technologies to enhance creative aspects of learning.
|Title||Exploring the intersections of digital literacy and creativity|
To create digital paintings
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[[Resources/ICT|ICT]], [[Resources/Cross-curricular|Cross-curricular]], [[Resources/Art|Art]]
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[[Resources/Primary|Primary]], [[Resources/Higher|Higher]], [[Resources/KS1|KS1]]
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This case study was conducted by Mudella Primary School, Sheffield in conjunction with Kate Cosgrove, Y2 teacher and Assistant Headteacher
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One of the lesson ideas from the case study is available as a separate resource at Creating Digital Paintings using iPads
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