21st Century Skills

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CREATIVE WORKS: MAKING A CARTOON – PART 2

CREATIVE WORKS: MAKING A CARTOON – PART 2

In the previous article, we talked about the steps to create a cartoon. Today we are going to be talking about the professionals working in the animation world. According to the complexity of the animated project and the available budget, there are can be different professionals involved….

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Creative works: Making a cartoon – Part 1

In one of our previous article, we talked about the importance of cartoons in children’s lives in which we explained how an animated work can be loaded with many meanings, bringing psychological benefits. However, do you know what do professionals do in the animation world? Let’s…

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Coding for children

“Everyone in this country should learn how to code because it teaches how to think.” Steve Jobs Among many children’s courses like swimming, dancing, karate, playing the violin, the piano, yoga, etc., there is coding course or computer programming. From a little age, kids can learn…

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Digital Native and Media Education: Discover the 2.0 World

” Media and their content are access routes to locally shared worlds ” -Letizia Caronia Today we are immersed in continuous flow of connections and sharing. We share knowledge, emotions, facts. It has changed the way of communicating and knowing. 2.0. Generation had the opportunity…

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Learning from children at Salone Del Libro Turin

We would like to tell you what we learned from the children, right, from them, at the Salone Internazionale Del Libro in Turin 2017, as Elisa’s and Roberta’s guests, co-founders of Mamamò.it and coordinators of the Digital Library in the Bookstock Village section of the festival.

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