Facebook OR Huffington Post
Email OR Google Docs
Wordpress/NZ Herald OR Google
Youtube OR other movie streaming page
Grill the teacher on what I need to know to pass.
Create a sketch of what my project will look like.
Argue about the social injustice of the NCEA and the irrational idealization that teens have free time.
Think about how accurate teen movies are.
Open my calendar to see how the deadline matches with my other work.
Criterion or Film Festival Candidates.
Dramas about social conflicts.
Hyper realistic films, where the directors have thought through every detail.
Documentaries or non-fictions.
Beautifully shot, artistic films.
A news app or RSS feed
Digital Calendar & Phone
Pencil & Paper & Social Justice
BYOD with lots of Data (not that I'd be watching movies in class, honest Sir)
A laptop with Creative Cloud on it, or more coloured pencils than crayola
Warm and squishy inside.
It's great, but assymetry can be stunning as well.
Nice straight, simple lines for me, thanks.
I can kinda see the point of it, but you're going to have to make me do it.
Why would I?
How dare we be pigeonholed into subject groupings!
Well, high school films have a pretty set role for us.
I need to see the research you've done showing such a stereotype exists.
It's all about the look of the subject: aren't our layouts amazing?
I know it'll be a lot of work and tracking our design choices, but I wish others could see it.