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Screen Education #97 (PDF)

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Screen Education is a quarterly magazine for media teachers, and for primary and secondary teachers interested in harnessing the power of visual media to stimulate learning. It is essential reading for those with an interest in media literacy, offering a unique and engaging perspective on screen education, and is an invaluable resource for upper secondary students and university students studying film.

Each issue provides the reader with practical classroom ideas, lesson plans and activities along with essays, study guides, updates on new technology and research into media pedagogy. The magazine also analyses and offers ways to navigate the ever-changing new media landscape and the benefits (e.g. interactive learning tools) and potential issues (e.g. cyberbullying and pornography) that come with it. Screen Education publishes articles by educators, scholars and critics, and is partially refereed.

NOTE: This issue is only available to purchase as a downloadable PDF (at a reduced cost of A$14.95).


New & Notable
Hidden Treasures: Adolescent Adventures in Dora and the Lost City of Gold – Carolyn Leslie
A Revisionist History of Violence: The Nostalgia and Fantasy of Once upon a Time … in Hollywood – Mel Campbell

Screens in the Classroom
Cinema Science: Planetary Propulsion in The Wandering Earth – Dave Crewe
The Mark of the Beast: Civilisation and Morality in Lord of the Flies – Anthony Carew

Beyond the Multiplex
Light, Darkness: Visualising Loss in Secret Sunshine – Danica van de Velde

Talking Society
Selling Virtue: 'Woke' Advertising and Corporate Ethics – Benjamin Riley
Resting Place: Subverting the Plunderer's Gaze in Etched in Bone – Will Cox

Filmmaker Profile
Andrei Tarkovsky – Susan Bye

Tech'd Out
Sync or Swim: A Content-pedagogy Manifesto – Kevin Lavery

Film as Text
Play It Again: The Referential Levels of Scott Pilgrim vs. the World – Anthony Carew
The Rorschach Candidate: Finding Meaning in Being There – Dave Crewe
Not Dark Yet: Life Reversed in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button – Adrian Danks

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