In the wake of COVID-19’s disruption to education, Australian Primary School teachers will face the challenge of settling crowds of students back into face-to-face learning. The effects of this switch on Neurodiverse children must not be forgotten, as they may struggle with the chaos and changing routines. After a conversation with a passionate Special … More Multi-Sensory Environments: Providing critical support in the Post-COVID Classroom
Consider how smart phones, public screens and digital signage are being used around your neighbourhood. You might also like to reflect on the ways in which people are dealing with these. As always, you need to think about the ways in which ethnography can help us understand these phenomena. At work, I was asked if … More All Hail, Public Screens!
I created this advertising campaign to emulate the advertising style of apparel brands, using creative commons images. This was for my Global Media and Social Justice class, focusing on a Social Justice issue, and I chose ethical consumerism. The intention of these posters were to increase consumer awareness of sustainable and ethical issues in the … More Advertising Campaign: Driving Ethical Consumerism and Consumer Awareness