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RT @UNICEFEducation: This #WorldChildrensDay, on 20 November, children are going to rule the school → https://t.co/cXQuT0eeqm #KidsTakeOve
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I am just from Interactive Intercultural Educational Workshop from Tehran, Iran. We have worked in Animation film with teachers and students (12 to 17 years old). It is implementation of our Educational project in Media Literacy! You can see some films made during this workshop at our youtube at http://www.youtube.com/user/rajcevicm

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Comment by Tadeusz Lemańczyk on February 25, 2010 at 8:08am
You're right. Film is one of the most convincing languages. I apply certain films to studies at a distance in order to encourage my students in their attempts to become holistic Security & Safety engineers ( http://fedcba.ning.com/forum/topics/security-safety-engineering ).

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