There are practical guides to help facilitate accessibility for a wide audience and a visual map of resources that are hyperlinked to content to aid navigation. Suggestions of how to use this resource are offered as starting points for you to explore the themes, issues, literature and content and there is guidance to help you re-use this content within your own practice.
The difference between winners and losers how they handle losing. No one can completely avoid troubles and potential pitfalls are everywhere, so the real skill is the resilience to climb out of the hole and bounce back.
"Have you ever Googled yourself ? Have you ever checked your virtual identity? Do you know that you leave a digital footprint every time you get online? Do you know that whatever you do online is accumulated into a digital dossier traceable by others ? These and several other similar questions are but the emerging tip of the sinking iceberg. One that is packed full of concerns related to issues of our online identity and privacy issues."
This resource pack starts with a unique orientation activity designed for teachers. Using hypothetical scenarios, it aims to provide teachers with the opportunity to reflect on their own ethical perspectives and new media practices, and to consider those of their students. It may be used by teachers to brainstorm and prepare before engaging their students.
Subsequently, teachers may use or customise the rich collection of suggested resources in Our Space to guide students in role-playing activities and reflective exercises.
Our Space was co-developed by The GoodPlay Project and Project New Media Literacies, and involved noted academics such as Howard Gardner and Henry Jenkins.