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Author Black, Joanna, author.

Title Youth practices in digital arts and new media : learning in formal and informal settings / Joanna Black, Associate Professor of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, University of Manitoba, Canada, Juan Carlos Castro, Assistant Professor of Art Education, Concordia University, Canada and Ching-Chiu Lin, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of British Columbia, Canada.

Published New York, NY ; Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Giblin Eunson  371.330971 BLAC    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 127 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Series Palgrave pivot.
Palgrave pivot.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction / Joanna Black -- New media usage in formal and informal settings -- Definitions of terms -- A discussion of formal, informal and nonformal environments -- Discussion of the book -- Conclusion -- 2.Economic, Social, and Personal Aspects of Educating for Creativity: A Study of a Community-Based Youth Media Arts Program / Ching-Chiu Lin -- Why creativity now? -- The Frames Film Project -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- 3.Amplifying Youth Cultural Practices by Engaging and Developing Professional Identity through Social Media / Juan Carlos Castro -- Educational concerns in Quebec -- The Quebec context -- Maison Kekpart -- Method -- Findings -- 4.New Media Pedagogy in Two High Schools: A Look at Formal Learning Environments / Joanna Black -- Case study of new media pedagogy in two high schools: a look at formal learning environments -- Research methodology -- The two high schools: the formal learning environments --
Contents note continued: The school program and curricula: Orangeville Collegiate Institute -- The school program and curricula: Applewood Alternative High School -- Teachers and their pedagogical approaches: a comparison of Applewood and Orangeville -- Conclusions: learning from effective practices -- Final thoughts and recommendations -- 5.Learning in Place: Profiles of Youth Media Arts Practices in an Informal Learning Setting / Kit Grauer -- The place of GIFTS -- The experience of GIFTS -- Relational encounters with GIFTS -- Final remarks -- 6.Conclusion / Juan Carlos Castro -- Professional practice and identity -- Learning community(ies) -- Cultural and creative practices -- Pedagogy of new media art education -- Connecting curricula to the larger community -- Creating the conditions for youth engagement.
Other author Castro, Juan Carlos (Assistant professor of art education), author.
Lin, Ching-Chiu, author.
Subject Educational technology -- Study and teaching -- Canada.
Technology and youth -- Canada.
Mass media and youth -- Canada.
Digital media -- Canada.
ISBN 9781137475169 (hardback) £45.00