Rugroom learners film Asperger's Conference

Learners with Asperger’s Syndrome worked with the digitalcreativity.org team to film a conference about Asperger’s. The learners learned camera technique, framing and how to get great sound. The next part of the project will be to work with the learners to edit the material for internal viewing. Some images from the event:

Rugroom Learners Radio Script Writing

We’ve been working with RUGROOM the specialist learning centre for learners with Asperger’s Syndrome to plan and prepare a Radio Play. Our team have been working with the learners over a number of weeks to develop the script using collaborative writing software. The show will be recorded soon. All the learners work within the same

Rugroom Radio Broadcasts

Our team have been working with RUGROOM, the specialist centre for learners with Asperger’s Sydrome based in City College Norwich. We designed and specified the Radio Studio (even helping to win the money to fund the build!). Here are some of the learners broadcasting after some training from our team: Some images from the latest

Rugroom Learners Be Very Afraid!

Be Very Afraid (now in the sixth year) is an annual event organised by professor Stephen Heppell and the team at heppell.net to showcase (for one day only!) the very best learning in technology projects from around the UK in one place.  This year the event took place at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in

Asperger's & Me

As part of our work with RUGROOM, the centre for learners with Asperger’s Syndrome we ran a workshop to make the following film: The project was planned, prepared, filmed and edited by learners with Asperger’s with no experience of film production prior to our workshop with them.

Rugroom Learners film 2009 Asperger's Conference

Matt from our team spent today supporting learners with Asperger’s Syndrome from RUGROOM at City College Norwich filming a conference abou Asperger’s. For this project the learners had to learn how to use the broadcast quality camera and how to record sound. Matt has had a long relationship with the RUGROOM project helping to embed

Rugroom Learners Radio Productions Begin

For the past year Matt has been working with RUGROOM at City College Norwich to build a new Radio Studio for the specific and dedicated use of learners with Asperger’s Syndrome. Matt works with learners and staff to understand how radio works, and to start the production of shows. Here are some images from some

Rugroom Celebrates winning Beacon Award

Rugroom is a learning space for learners with Asperger’s Syndrome. Matt and Hal have been involved in the project since 2007 and have helped work with learners and staff to embed creative use of technology into the teaching and learning. The project has just won a Beacon Award for widening participation, which means it is

Rugroom Learners demonstrate Creativity at BETT

Since 2002 our team have been showcasing the best creativity in learning projects at BETT Show, the UK’s largest technology in education show. This year our team worked on a stand with RUGROOM Asperger’s Syndrome learners showcasing the technology in learning projects we’ve been working on together which includes Radio, Television and Animation. Some images