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Mark Peters : May 7th 2005 - 03:03 CET

Casio Digital Imaging Programme tourney


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Casio Casio Digital Imaging Programme tourney : Over the summer months, a unique exhibition is being toured around ten schools nationwide to provide staff, students and the wider community with inspiration in the ways digital imaging can make subjects more varied, effective and fun. Each school became a member of the Casio Digital Imaging Programme in the winter term 2004. They received a set of Casio digital cameras and support to carry out projects which use digital imaging as the vehicle for enhancing learning across the curriculum. The exhibition comprises a collection of these projects which cover a number of subject areas for pupils in Years 7 to 9 ranging from dance and PE to creative writing and media.
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One school looks at movement underwater, another into the visual dynamics of promoting pop music and another into the world of aboriginal culture. All projects were individually chosen by the schools and show how digital imaging can raise levels of achievement. Hiroshi Fujii, Managing Director of Casio commented: "Casio is extremely pleased to support such an innovative programme that is all about raising pupils' achievement levels. The work produced by each school for the exhibition demonstrates how effectively digital imaging can be used as a learning tool".

Digital Imaging Programme - The ten schools
The Casio Digital Imaging Programme was prompted by research conducted in 2003 which shows that pupils are more likely to learn, understand and remember their subjects if they record visual representations of them with a digital camera. The ten schools on the Digital Imaging Programme are as follows:
- Astor College for the Arts, Dover
- Charles Edward Brooke School for the Arts, London
- Chenderit School , Banbury
- Holly Lodge Girls' College, Liverpool
- Icknield High School , Arts College , Luton
- Lord Lawson of Beamish, County Durham
- Queen's Park High School , Chester
- South Dartmoor Community College , Devon
- Watford Grammar School for Girls, Watford
- Welling School , Kent





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