See Think Make on Digital Creativity in Primary Schools - MozFest 2017

We're posting up the session plans for the youth led sessions at MozFest 2017.

See Think Make catered their session to the people there. Creating uplifting slogans using crafts to celebrate the freedom of an open internet and communication. These slides tell us a bit about the work they've done using the Arts Award framework in one of their primary schools.

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Bhavesh Jadva

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Former Media Editor on Voice and former Arts Award Editor on AAoV covering film, TV, music and comedy.

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  • Luke Taylor

    On 16 November 2017, 10:31 Luke Taylor Voice Reporter commented:

    This is really interesting!

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