Animation comes from the Latin word animare and means to give life or to give a spirit to something – we want to give life and spirit to teaching and pedagogy.
Animation Film & Media Literacy in Education – FAME, Take 1
(In ECFA Journal 2019)
In 2018, the Animated Learning Lab became a member of the European organization ECFA – European Children’s Film Association.
All inspiration material
Animated Learning Lab – A learning community is an inspirational material created on the basis of a 3-year competency development course for teachers and pedagogues from Viborg Municipality. The focus was production-oriented teaching and aesthetic learning processes.
Film literacy i fagene
This publication deals with research related to the project Animated Learning Labs (ALL) – a project supported by A.P. Møller and wife Chastine Mc-Kinney Møller’s Foundation for common Purposes with regard to practice-oriented competence development for teachers and pedagogues in primary
and lower secondary schools in Viborg Municipality.
Cobostories is a digital learning universe, developed under the Storytelling Workshop Online Project (SWOP), which is an EU-supported project led by Copenhagen Bombay. Cobostories allows students to engage in self-directed and creative constructions through the research, planning and creation of short, animated films.
Creative learning with moving pictures
The catalogue provides a brief overview of the main points made by the follow-up research to the Animated Learning Labs project on production-oriented learning; Especially with regard to how to
support a qualification and a progression in production-oriented courses.
Mapping of Danish film pedagogy at primary school level
The goal of this mapping is to gather experiences, results and recommendations in the field of film education at primary school level in Denmark.