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Digital me, digital us: curious, critical & creative pilot project evaluation report

posted on 2018-01-01, 00:00 authored by Catherine BeavisCatherine Beavis, Luci PangrazioLuci Pangrazio, Michele GrossmanMichele Grossman, Amanda Keddie, Toija CinqueToija Cinque, Matteo VerganiMatteo Vergani, C Eveley, V Trundle, Christopher Andrew Speldewinde
This evaluation reports on a new educational
program focused on developing digital literacies
and digital citizenship in year 7 students in the
state of Victoria. The program is innovative in
that it aims to develop both critical thinking
skills and digital literacies to help young people
recognise and oppose harmful and divisive
content online, including radicalisation to
violence. In cultivating critical and agentic
practices for young people, the program focuses
on identifying and understanding the nature
of digital identities and practices online. The
program also explores the protective factors that
the online context can provide in the form of
social connection and community.



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[Deakin University and ACMI]

Place of publication

[Melbourne, Vic.]



Commissioning body

Digital Me, Digital Us: Curious, Critical & Creative Teacher Guide; Digital Me, Digital Us: Curious, Critical & Creative Student Booklet

Grant ID

D13/150344 RQF 2018: $166,889


Confidential Document. Produced as an evaluation report for the Department of Premier and Cabinet (DPC), Community Resilience Unit, Community Resilience & Social Inclusion Branch, Victoria.

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A6 Research report/technical paper

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