the educational technology journal

Vol 19|No 2|November 2009
Flickring Heights: Using Digital Photography to Spark Student Invention
By Jamie McKenzie

In this article, Jamie shows how the taking and the editing of photographs with digital tools and software can help students clarify what it means to see, to capture and to report things with a fresh perspective. He suggests engaging students in taking a daily photograph similar to the 365 projects on Flickr and shows how such a daily challenge can transfer benefits into other domains such as writing, thinking and research.

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