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Project Coordinator and partners
Goldsmiths   Multilingual Learning, Goldsmiths Dept. of Education, Museum of London,   British Film Institute, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, British Museum, National   Resource Centre for Supplementary Education, Elstree UTC
Title & Reference code
Critical   Connections II: Moving Forward with Multilingual Digital Storytelling
Language
English
Duration
24 months
Description
Critical Connections II: Moving Forward with Multilingual Digital Storytelling is a global project to boost 21st century literacy in schools using digital storytelling. The two-­year project (September 2015 ­ August 2017) involves researchers working with students, teachers and parents in  community-­based complementary and mainstream schools in the UK, Algeria, Luxembourg, Palestine, Taiwan and the United States as part of the multilingual programme. The project has the support of the renowned British Film Institute(BFI), British Museum, Museum of London and National Resource Centre for Supplementary Education (NRCSE). It will see film ­making used as a means to encourage students to engage with language learning and embrace intercultural literacy as well as digital literacy.
Critical Connections II builds on the work of CCI (2012-2014) and the resources created can be accessed on this site including a Handbook for Teachers and a flyer presenting the research findings as well as a film directory linked to our new book Multilingual Digital Storytelling: Engaging creatively and critically with literacy published by Routledge in March 2016.
Key words
Multilingual,   digital storytelling, intercultural encounter
Link to the project's website
https://goldsmithsmdst.wordpress.com/   
Other interesting information
Focuses on   children, therefore the 4/5 for interest.
Interest for the project
4/5
Contributor´s name + email
         
Stéphanie Barillé - stephanie@unak.is
Co-funded by The Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
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