Teaching in a digital world

Taylor, G. (2014, April 7) The Future is Coming Much Faster than we Think, Here’s Why. [blog post] Retrieved from

Howell, J. (2012, p 6-7). Teaching with ICT: Digital Pedagogies for Collaboration and Creativity. Victoria, Australia: Oxford University Press.

Prensky, M. (2008, May 22). The 21st Century Digital Learner: How tech-obsessed iKids would improve our schools. Retrieved from

Prensky, M. (2001). Digital Natives, digital immigrants. On the Horizon. Vol. 9. No. 5: NCB University Press. [Online]. Retrieved from (2015). collaboration_tools_social_media_message.jpg [image]. Retrieved from (n.d.). collaboration-300×300.jpg [image]. Retrieved from (2011, January 18). 21 Century Education [YouTube video]. Retrieved from

Lunch Box School (2013, August 10). Marc Prensky – Digital Natives [YouTube video]. Retrieved from

Digital identities and digital security

Howell, J. (2014, April 14). Curtin University [Lecture video]

Howell, J. (2014, February 27). Curtin University [Lecture video]

Trend Micro (2014, May 29) How Safe are Today’s Kids Online [online article]. Retrieved from

Phd students at Kings College London – Algorithm Design Group – Information Security (2013, December 5). Digital Identity In Social Media #Tieit2013. [YouTube video] Retrieved from

Common Sense Media (2010, March 16). Facebook, YouTube, Texting: Rules of the Road for Kids. [YouTube video]. Retrieved from (n. d.). homepage-png-420×378-illustration-revised.png [image]. Retrieved from (2014, September 20). Intro.png [image]. Retrieved from

University of Texas, Centre for Identity (2014, October 1). Center-for-ID-Infogrpahic_Children-ID-theft1.jpg [infographic]. Retrieved from

Digital Convergence

Asonye, I. (2003, March) Definition, Current and Futuristic Explanation of ‘Digital Convergence’ Leading Into a New Era [online article]. Retrieved from

Serrano-Santoyo, A., & Cabrera-Flores, M.R. (2014). Channeling Digital Convergence in Education for Societal Benefit. IEEE Technology and Society magazine, p 29-30. Retrieved from

Alper, M & Herr-Stephenson, R. (2013). Transmedia Play: Literacy Across Media. The National Association for Media Literacy Education’s Journal of Media Literacy Education, p 366-369. Retrieved from

Fleming, L. (2013). Expanding Learning Opportunities with Transmedia Practices. The National Association for Media Literacy Education’s Journal of Media Literacy Education, p 370-377. Retrieved from

Gordon, U. (2010, October 10). What is TransMedia? [YouTube video]. Retrieved from

Considine, D. (October, 2002). Putting the ME in MEdia literacy. Middle Ground: The Magazine of Middle Level Education, 6, 15-21. Retrieved from (2013, April 9) transmedia-storytelling.jpg [image]. Retrieved from (n.d.). transmedia.png [image]. Retrieved from

Pinterest – Matrix 1 (n. d.). Science – Living World curriculum, Stage 2 content. Retrieved from

BBC Active. (2010). Using Pinterest for Education. Retrieved from

Osbourne, C. (2012, April 24). Pinterest as a learning tool: Do the two compute? Retrieved from (n. d.). How-Educators-Use-Pinterest-800.png [infographic]. Retrieved from

Storify – Matrix 2 (n. d.). English – curriculum, Stage 1 Activity content. Retrieved from


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