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Information Overload?
Classroom Video Issues 1

Year

2008

Producer

Classroom Video

Country of Origin

Australia

Duration

00:17:00

Product Code

CLV08022000

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There's no doubt that technology has brought the world into every young person's life. After all, you can find out pretty much anything in less than a second on the internet and it's never been easier to communicate instantly with anyone anywhere in the world from wherever you are. But some people ask, does that necessarily mean that young people today have got anything interesting to say? And can they spell it anyway? This Australian-made, curriculum fit program will ignite fierce debate as to whether information and communications technology is actually helping or hampering our basic numeric skills, verbal communication and literacy development. With expert opinions, student vox pops, statistics and historical references presented for debate and discussion, this program poses the question: how do we best harness the incredible power of ICT for quality educational outcomes? Chapters: 1. Introduction 2. History and Statistics 3. Interviews 4. Vox Pops 5. Conclusion

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Production Year
2008

Duration
00:17:00

Producer
Classroom Video

Country Of Origin
Australia

Level
Middle Secondary to Senior Secondary

Product Code
CLV08022000