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Screen Education is a partially refereed quarterly magazine written by and for teachers and students in primary and secondary schools in all curriculum areas, as well as some areas of tertiary study. The magazine also publishes articles by educators, scholars and critics.

Published by Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM), the magazine builds on many decades of experience in delivering screen literacy programs for teachers and students. Firmly grounded in both theory and practice, the magazine brings more awareness about the diversity and complex character of the moving image, simultaneously promoting the joy of learning and an appreciation of screen culture.

The magazine includes practical classroom ideas, lesson plans and activities along with essays, study guides, updates on new technology, and book and DVD reviews.

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No. 84, Summer 2017: Contents
(Click on the previews to read selected articles)


New & Notable

A Movie Masterclass: Lessons from Martin Scorsese – Susan Bye

Remembering What's Important: A Finding Dory Study Guide – Kim Edwards

Animal Harm: Discrimination and Difference in Zootopia – David Crewe
Landscape Doesn't Lie: The Complexities of Race and Place in Ivan Sen's Goldstone – Sarah Ward


Screens in the Classroom

Aristocratic Affectation: Passion and Propriety in The Age of Innocence – Jasmine Crittenden


Blockbuster Central

Critiquing the Critics: Part Two – Peter Gutiérrez


Talking Society

Sex, Text & Epidemic: Queer Relationships, HIV/AIDS and Adaptation in Holding the Man and Remembering the Man – Dion Kagan
Thin in the Thick of It: Tackling Body Image Issues in the Secondary Classroom – Hanna Schenkel


Filmmaker Profile

Martin Scorsese – David Crewe


Teaching Media

Better Homes and Classes: Lifestyle Television and Media Representation – Nick Zomer and Deborah Spilsbury
Championing Change: The 2016 Screen Futures Summit – Peter Quinn


Tech’d Out

Sync or Swim: Internet Searches – Kevin Lavery
Virtual Toolkit – Jane Shields


Film as Text

The Politics of Paranoia: The Departed – Gabrielle O'Brien
Lateral Deviations: Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore and Questions of Authorship – Nicholas Godfrey
Curating the Timeline: Veracity and Verisimilitude in The Social Network – Anthony Carew


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