Used effectively, ICT is a powerful tool for teaching and learning. It facilitates communication and creativity, and plays a large part in enabling students to understand and articulate their world, and to develop as responsible international citizens.
This site aims to provide students with learning resources that are balanced and stimulating, that acknowledge different learning styles and individual interests and potentials. It aims to encourage students to question critically, to be confident and autonomous, to be creators not just consumers and to be willing to unlearn and relearn as technology develops and impacts on them throughout their lives. It aims to promote uses of ICT that are ethically responsible, discerning and imaginative
It is intended primarily for my students at the International School of Toulouse, who are allowed password access. Some of the courses allow a certain degree of guest access. Older digitalist resources may still be available here at digitalist.org, but these are no longer actively maintained.